Friday, July 18, 2008

Transcendent Economics

There is an economy that transcends money and traditional economics. It is an economy that requires an investment in order to reap a reward.

You could call it the law of trade-offs, or Transcendent Economics. Do you want to earn a decent living? It will require an investment in education a skill. Do you want a good relationship? Relationships always require investments of time and emotional resources. If a computer designer wants a computer with a fast processor, it is going to "cost" in terms of research & development. Upon implementation, it will likely cost in terms of heat dissipation. The faster a Nascar driver wants to drive, the more gas the car will consume, the greater the risk of having an accident and the quicker the parts will wear out.

Why does life have this transcendent economic where nothing is gained when nothing is earned?

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