Measuring your personal return on energy.
There are many areas in our life where it is very easy to determine the consequence of our decisions and actions. Whether or not we really measure those consequences - long term, is another story.
Let's talk about that other story.
From a financial perspective, measuring equity is simple.
Wikipedia says it best: Equity is ownership of assets that may have debts or other liabilities attached to them. Equity is measured for accounting purposes by subtracting liabilities from the value of the assets.
Let's bring this theory to the cosmos, heading into a warm cozy rabbit hole - way past Karma.
On average, humans make around 35,000 decisions each day. Whoa. Let's treat those 35,000 decisions as an opportunity to build up a positive R.O.E. (Return on Energy) or erode it.
Naturally, there are choices that seem obvious. Nutritious food fuels our body and provides a positive return on energy. Efficient, healthy - leaves us feeling good. A few not-so-healthy choices, and I don't know about you but, bleh. Tastes good going down but it really ain't providing much by way of positive return on energy.
In sticking with those 35,000 decisions - it's pretty clear that the majority of these t