24 hours of you life in a day, how many hours really matters?
— abrak (@abrak) May 30, 2012
A lot of things resolves around us everyday. How many really matters?
What if you don't get to go to that weddings?
What if you don't get to go to that concert?
What if you don't get to see that one football match?
What if you don't get enough sleep? Or maybe you sleep one hour less on that day, or one hour more?
Does it really matters?
How will it really impact your life in coming year? 5 years? 10 years?
Generally, life doesn't really matters, much. Just a small part of it does and we really do not know which.
That's the kind of decision that we have to make, everyday.
For many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. That's what Pareto said.
So the question is, which 20% of your daily activities does really count for today? That's account for only 4.8 hours.
I'll take my sleep.
p.s. Lately I've seen a lot of people trying to convince that "Money is not everything but everything needs money". My reply, "Maybe not, you don't have to pay for dreaming". That's only one of it. Really, "Money is not everything." Period.