(First published in May 2009)

I read an article about what true luxury means. It said that in Finland you won’t see a lot of expensive homes and most of the cars are ordinary. However, the Finns take regular vacations, some as long as five weeks, into their modest but well-maintained log cabins by the lake where they fish and cook and drink.

Ah, reminds of Money, Time, and Energy. People in other countries may have the money to easily own big houses and fast cars – even log cabins by the lake – but do they have the time to live in these houses or drive these cars to their cabins?

For me, true luxury entails a nice balance of money and time.

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