Time, health and money; which one is more precious?

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  1. Kawaljit kaur profile image64
    Kawaljit kaurposted 12 years ago

    Time, health and money; which one is more precious?

  2. barryrutherford profile image76
    barryrutherfordposted 12 years ago

    Health is not everything
    But everything else is nothing without health.

    Treat your body as a temple and it will give you peace...

  3. kerlynb profile image87
    kerlynbposted 12 years ago

    Geez... can I answer all three? big_smile

    At this point in my life, I would have to say good health is the most important thing.  I have lots of dreams that would require me to work really hard so having good health would help me a great deal.

    Next to that, I would need time.  It would definitely take time for me to reach my goals.  I would love to get to the point when I could look back and say, "Wow, I've gone this far and did what I could.  No regrets."

    Money is also VERY important for me.  I do not need so much though.  I would say I have enough money when I can already give my family a comfortable life and still give some resources to charity .

  4. Abhimanyu Singh92 profile image61
    Abhimanyu Singh92posted 12 years ago

    I think time and health are equally important and a good combination of both can very well get us enough money. smile

  5. sarovai profile image73
    sarovaiposted 12 years ago

    There is no alternative to health. If you are with good health, you can utilize time effectively and make money.

    With money alone, without  good health , you can't enjoy.

  6. rajan jolly profile image92
    rajan jollyposted 12 years ago

    There are 3 options to this:
    You have health  so you have time to make money.
    You have time but you are so sick you can't make money because you can't work AND
    you have money but no time to enjoy it because if you are sick.

    I mean Health can give you time to make money and enjoy it too.

  7. SD Dickens profile image68
    SD Dickensposted 12 years ago

    Definitely health...without it you can't enjoy your money or your time.

  8. jacqui2011 profile image81
    jacqui2011posted 12 years ago

    I definitely think that having good health is the most precious. If you are in good health, then you will have the time to put in to make some money.

  9. ratnaveera profile image59
    ratnaveeraposted 12 years ago

    No doubt! Health is more precious than money and time. Without good health we can do nothing with money and time. So, health is very important to lead a successful and happy life.

  10. diydiva profile image74
    diydivaposted 12 years ago

    I have an interesting opinion on this one.   I would say Health.  I recently quit my full time job to pursue a freelance career.  I did this with one main goal in mind, regain my health!  My full time job was stressing me out, spiking my anxiety and giving me no time to take care of myself.  I had gained wait, began feeling like I had a constant cold and always lacked necessary sleep.  I found out just how precious my health was once it was the only thing I was worried about and I started seeing a steady decline of it.

  11. profile image0
    vperryposted 12 years ago

    Health, hands down.  You can live on the streets, without a home if you are in good health.  Time is a good one to add in to the mix, however.  Time is precious as well, although why would you want to preserve time?  Life takes its toll on us, but if you are in good health, even getting older is fine.

  12. romper20 profile image83
    romper20posted 12 years ago

    In today's ever so active world i would say all three are key components that function together. Health usually derives from the inner will to stay fit and feel happy about it. With that comes time becoming more precious as life starts to deliver more challenges and successes. Money will then follow if what you are doing involves a high paycheck.

  13. nancynurse profile image66
    nancynurseposted 12 years ago

    Health is definetly the most important. If you are not healthy no matter how much time or money you have you can't enjoy it.

  14. ktrapp profile image90
    ktrappposted 12 years ago

    I would rank them in this order: health, time, and then money.

  15. danielleantosz profile image74
    danielleantoszposted 12 years ago

    Great question!  I think health, but being healthy for just a week as opposed to having mediocre health for a lifetime?  I ll go with time.

  16. allaboutseo profile image60
    allaboutseoposted 12 years ago

    Three of these are impotent because these are dependent to each other....!!!!!


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