If Effort Was A Commodity


It would be worth more than gold.

Wars would be fought over it.

Lives would be dedicated in it’s pursuit.

Those willing to expend it would find it easier to get more of it.

But it’s not a commodity.

It is something you already have within yourself.

You can tap into it at any time.

For free.

About the only thing that comes to us without effort is old age.

– Gloria Pitzer

P.S: I realise this isn’t actually logical, but you get the idea yeah?!

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