Day Thirty Nine
Luxury cars can cost £250,000 minimum. Some homes have been sold for 50 Million, yet in this world it’s also possible to find people willing to take a life for less than one grand (1,000)
It seems our society has a huge disparity in what we deem as valuable
The value of life can never be quantified, not in its truest essence and yet it’s the one thing we all at one point of another devalue the most
What do you value? How much would you be willing to pay for it?
Is it worth the price you’ve valued it at?
If it is then please, by all means, pay the price for it
It doesn’t matter whether everybody agrees with you or nobody does.
The barter system of ancient civilisations still exists but it’s just become more sophisticated.
Now, more than just exchanging goods for in kind services or similar goods deemed of equal worth, we can inflate as well as deflate the worth of pretty much anything.
Your worth can be inflated by yes men, a good streak of luck and a massive ego to go with it.On the flip side your true worth can be deflated by negative people who put you down every chance they get, circumstances that make you feel stuck.
Both scenarios can cause a person to have a distorted self image where they lack a true understand of their value
Both scenarios are unhealthy
Both scenarios can ruin a persons potential and ultimately life.
So, take the time whenever purchasing anything to assess whether the value quoted is worth it.
This much I know
You most definitely are worth it