Friday, April 03, 2009
The me of yesterday can hinder the me of today, and the me of today is responsible for not hindering the me of tomorrow. Each day we recover or benefit from the preceding and work to benefit the proceeding. In this way the string of subsequent days we call our life is not you, it is an accounting ledger of gains and losses from day to day.
The you of yesterday is an investor that looks forward to reward, while the you of tomorrow is an employee demanding more pay.