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Time Poverty

The state or condition of having limited actual or perceived discretionary time. This may include being money-rich, time-poor, or money-poor, time-poor. The time-is-money attitude values money over other less “productive” or aesthetic aspects of life. A society that values work, efficiency, business, money, and materialism can develop high levels of material wealth at the expense of happiness, creativity, philosophy, spirituality and relationships. Overscheduled and overworked is a classic symptom of low-quality time as well as a person’s inability to take vacations, enjoy leisure time, waste time, or relax. You could say they are wound up like a clock!


1. To recognize the quality, significance, or magnitude of. 2. To be fully aware of or sensitive to; realize. 3. To be thankful or show gratitude for. 4. To admire greatly; value. 5. To raise in value or price, especially over time. Anything that is appreciated increases in value.

Good As Gold

1. Of a favorable character or tendency. 2. Bountiful, fertile. 3. Handsome, attractive. 4. Something that is good. 5. Something conforming to the moral order of the universe. 6. Praiseworthy character: goodness.


1. Not spoken: indicated tacit approval by smiling and winking. 2. Implied by or inferred from actions or statements: Management has given its tacit approval to the plan.


1. The state or condition of being conscious; awareness. 2. A sense of one’s personal or collective identity, including the attitudes, beliefs, and sensitivities held by or considered characteristic of an individual or group. 3. Awareness of something for what it is; internal knowledge: consciousness of wrongdoing. 4. Concern, interest, or awareness: class consciousness. 5. the mental activity of which a person is aware, contrasted with unconscious thought. 6. The mind or the mental faculties, characterized by thought, feelings, and volition. 7. To raise one’s consciousness means to make or become aware of one’s own or another’s needs, attitudes, etc.


1. The accepted traditional customs and usages of a particular social group. 2. Moral attitudes. 3. Manners.


An extremely large but unspecified number, quantity, or amount: he is so rich, he must have a zillion dollars.


1. The state or quality of excelling or being exceptionally good; extreme merit; superiority 2. an action, characteristic, feature, etc, in which a person excels.


1. Personal qualities, goodness, moral excellence that are inherent in, acquired and demonstrated by an individual. They make up the essence of who we are and how we show up to others. Each positive virtue has at least two corresponding negative aspects or vices. 2. Latin: virtus, Ancient Greek: ἀρετή “arete”) a trait or quality that is deemed to be morally good and thus is valued as a foundation of the principle of collective and individual greatness. The Golden Mean is the middle path between the two extremes (vices) on the continuum. 3. The most pro-survival individual qualities for the greatest good for the greatest number of people.


1. A variable in a given situation that could have the most significant impact on the outcome. 2. A noteworthy special talent or quality. 3. An indescribable quality or something; something about a person that you cannot put your finger on; je ne sais quoi.

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