Saturday, February 14, 2009
tick, tock, tick, tock... oh look Flowers!
Time is the most valued asset of any American. And spending it on someone of great importance means more than just a present. I have often wondered why people assume that love can be bought. Did their parents instill the notion that distance will manifest material objects? I don't claim to know why or where but it seems most often time spent with others rarely if ever manifests material objects of affection. Time is the object of their affection and time spent together is the gift. So when time is spent elsewhere material objects fill the void, the void for the person who's time is already consumed elsewhere.