As I am writing this post today while listening to The Money Paradox episode on TED Radio Hour Podcast. Something about what I just heard prompted me to open my laptop and write about spending time consciously.
One of the speakers on their show just explained how money can buy you happiness, but it all depends on how you spend it. What he said was something like: using your resources solely for your own benefit tends to bring short-term, fleeting happiness, whereas spending it on others brings more happiness and fulfillment.
Well if time = money, then the same can be said about time and how being conscious and mindful about the ways we approach our handling of it can yield some great benefits. For some reason, I was suddenly inclined just now to search up ‘Time is a flat circle,’ on google, and what I read was very interesting (Turns out it was a man named Cohle from True Detective ((watched it years ago)) who said it, thanks Netflix!):