Finite vs. infinite resources

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Finite resources are found in limited amounts and can’t be renewed at a rate that keeps up with consumption.

The more you use finite resources, the less you have. Fossil fuels and water are prime examples.

These are such important resources, and one day we’re going to run out of them.

But I think infinite resources are more important.

Knowledge and creativity are infinite resources.

The more knowledge you apply, the more knowledge you’ll gain.

Creativity is a muscle that when used over and over again will make you more creative.

These infinite resources can help solve many problems, include those that we face with finite resources.

How are you using the infinite resources at your disposal?

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