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In the present world of business, \'Time equals money\'. When one is doing a job, the time that is utilized in doing that job converts into money. Several people are of the notion that time is money or money is time with regard to raising of kids.

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does time actually equals money

DOES TIME ACTUALLY

EQUALS MONEY?

you must have heard the proverb that time

■ You must have heard the proverb that "Time is money." In

the present world of business, \'Time equals money\'. When

one is doing a job, the time that is utilized in doing that job

converts into money.

several people are of the notion that time

■ Several people are of the notion that time is money or

money is time with regard to raising of kids. Parents are

always compelled by the notions in the world to adjust to its

ways.

one of my client susan for keeping privacy name

■ One of my client Susan (For keeping privacy, name has been

changed) had become a prey of materialism, and

purchasing all that she desired and all that she thought her

kids required to be acknowledged by their peer groups.

thus my client had to work numerous hours keeping

■ Thus, my client had to work numerous hours keeping in

mind the end goal is to sustain the materialistic hungers.

Due to this, the kid did not get the time to be with his mom

that he frantically needed and desired.

to say further susan felt guilty for not able

■ To say further, Susan felt guilty for not able to spend time

with her child and so tried to compensate for this shortage

of time, by showering the child with gifts.

regardless of whether they understand

■ Regardless of whether they understand it or not, parents

like Susan who do such acts are basically giving a bribe to

their kids to excuse them for their absence of time. Kids

don\'t consider love in terms of money; they consider it in

terms of time.

the child went into a depressive state

■ The child went into a depressive state for not getting the

time and the love from his mother and had become a

problematic child in school and in the society. Susan

regretted that she could not spend time with her kid and in

case she would have done that, her child would not have

reached the state he presently was in.

one could always make more money one can work

■ One could always make more money. One can work for more

hours and get paid more or one could also move into a

higher paying profession. Despite the fact that our time

equals to money, the money we earn is not much important

as our time. Time that you spend with family, your children,

grandchildren, spouse, and, your friends.

these times are precious and worth a lot more

■ These times are precious and worth a lot more than money,

these times are priceless. Further having all the time does

not ensure satisfaction similarly the way that money doesn\'t

ensure happiness. So we continue to seek the balance

between money and time.

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