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Pascal warned against walking about in times that don't belong to you.

Now, as you artfully describe, is the only time that we own. But as you say we give it way in vain hope to those who neither value it or promise anything in return. It is a false and outrageous bargain.

What now is indeed the better answer to realising both human snd capitalism's potential.

Lovely work.

Peter

What a simple, yet powerful, way to re-frame perspective. :)

Where was I yesterday?
Where do I want to be tomorrow?
Where am I right now?
What now?

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