Reflection — January 25th
Money has always been something of an illusion, especially paper money. Worth very little as raw materials, it is the promise on notes to give the bearer a certain monetary sum that has us taking such care of them. More recently, cards, electronic banking and contactless payment take us even further from away from anything of inherent value. We deal more often with numbers on a screen than with metal coinage.
This can be problematic, because we start to lose sight of the true value and worth of things, and those who offer them. Numbers can only ever tell us so much. They will never tell us
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