June 4th, 2010
A perplexing dichotomy that often presents itself is the issue of the intrinsic and personal value of money in the modern era. On one hand, money is worth all including worth itself. It seems money can buy nearly anything one desires. However, on the other hand, money isn't worth anything - as it typically has no true or real value. And, generally, what can be bought with money has no real value in the grander scheme of life either - as what is usually most desired can not be purchased. So, I wonder which of the opposing hands is the Right one?
Adam Trotter / AVT