Time and Money

You can spend time to make money, and you can spend money to buy time. So you can use money to buy some time to spend making more money, and repeat. The more money you have, the more time you can spend to make more. In some ways this setup contributes to wealth concentration by creating leverage on time.

But still money doesn’t make time. So there’s a limit to how much it’s worth spending time making money versus elsewhere. Time is the real store of value. Maybe the wealth redistribution conversation should include distribujtion of time.

(Osaka)