More important - Time or Money?
September 21, 2007 12:02am CST
I got myself into a bind this week. I have a ton of stuff to do at home, but I signed up for a 10 hour overtime shift. Now I wish I hadn't. Sure, the overtime money is needed, but I wish I had the time off to get things done. Sometimes I find that time is more valuable to me than money. How do you balance these two needs?
5 people like this
23 Sep 07
time is very important, we can get the time back, like me i never use the time correctly until i got old i want to get a job but i'm overage company wont hire an old person now. so make your time correctly, until your young and energetic go on work hard.
• Solomon Islands
21 Sep 07
The money is important. The overtime opportunity rarely crosses our paths. You will have all the time in the world to clear those stuff at home. Don't worry they will be waiting for you and greet you when you arrived back from that overtime, but when you showed up you are much more richer
21 Sep 07
Time is definitely more important than money. You can always earn money, but once you spend time, you can never get it back. Somehow, I learned that valuable lesson along the way. I do my best to not waste time and have been know to get pretty upset when others try to waste it. Time is so precious that sometimes it is all you have. When you are a child of God, time becomes even more precious. He wants us to have patience and wait in faith and that takes time. But, it is not wasted, he is preparing you for the miracle he has promised you.