16 July 2007

Refreshing Info

An item's value is not determined by the sum of the value of the parts,
or by its performance.
The value is determined by what is paid for.
$20 worth of paint and canvass can be valued at several million dollars if someone is willing to pay that much for a work by that artist.
I might not be willing to pay that much,
But someone else is.
The value is determined by the highest bidder.

I am Jason.
And I have been purchased by the blood of Jesus Christ.
That is most refreshing to know.


~*Joyzey*~ said...

:D It makes me very happy to hear you say that.

Palm boy said...

Hehe. And in reality, its not the value of the money that is the purchase price, but the amount of labor that was put into earning the representation of labor we call money.

So living perfect, being beaten, flogged, spat on, carrying a cross, and being crucified, followed by 3 days of death, and then a resurection.
Thats a heck of a lot of labor.