Monday, July 27, 2009

Question of the Day: Value

What's more valuable time or energy?

For example would you rather waste time to save energy?

OR

Waste energy to save time?

4 comments:

K to the... said...

Time is more valuable. Time is something that can NEVER be recovered once it's lost. Once this here minute passes...there won't be another 11:21am on a July 27, 2009. Energy, on the other hand, can be recovered.

T said...

@ K to the, I absolutely agree, which is why I wrote this post while waiting for the copy machine to power on... b/c it had shut down to save energy. I was thinking watching this thing heat up is a waste of time and time is more valuable than energy.

I should have made an intern do it. LOL! j/k I do not abuse my interns. ;)

ThummyB said...

LOL! I think Time is more valuable too. I would rather expend a lot of energy in order to get something completed in a shorter period of time, than the reverse.

la said...

I think it depends on what you're spending your time and energy on. The two go hand-in-hand, IMO. For example, my job is something I enjoy, but not anything I'm particularly passionate about. I'm wasting my time in the sense that it could be better spent doing something I enjoy, but since I'm not exerting more effort than I need, I don't really feel like it's a waste. But if I was busting my ass for something I really couldn't care less about...wouldn't matter how fast I got something done. It would all be a waste in the end.