Time and Money Paradox

Time flies.

Do you remember playing soccer with your primary school friends like it was yesterday? Do you also recall the crazy DOTA and CS late night gaming sessions with your buddies?

Somewhere during the phase of my life called “growing up,” I was told to study hard so I can eventually be “somebody.” According to the Father-Mother-Dictionary.com, the definition of a “somebody” is a person who is NOT a road-sweeper, a garbage collector, or a construction worker. Now, my parents didn’t specifically say that I needed to be a doctor or a lawyer. However, if I wanted to do anything else, the floor is always open for a discussion.

But, really, it’s not a true discussion if the argument boils down to “because I’m your father or your mother, you must do what I say.” Such statements really kill any sort of thinking.

On the …