Yeah, exactly. Right. So it’s like, isn’t this limited resource because like, like you said, there, it’s not like we’re tangibly touching money. It’s not like, there’s like an amount of paper and coins that are like exchanging at this day and age, it’s literally just all digital currency. So we’re actually just talking about numbers on a screen. It’s not even like something that we’re touching and using. So and it’s like, thinking about it is like it’s in a meta way. Like it’s like made up by people. And it really is just like, human minds, or what have like, created the value of currency. And we’re the ones who determine the value of it in terms of like, what we want to buy, or where we want to spend, or I’m what you what is it like, right, there’s so much more to it than just like, it is this pie of dollars that I need to earn to create this life. And I, I see that a lot actually, in some of my clients where they think that amount of money that they need to feel safe, is based on how much their current bills are. So they’re like, my current bills, let’s say are like $5,000 a month. So I need $5,000 A month that is like how much I need to feel good. But I always like to point out to them that that $5,000 is so arbitrary, and like that’s based on your current life, your current bills, whatever that may be, but like, if your bills were $2,000, then you’d be like, well, I need $2,000 to feel safe. If your bills were 10,000, then you would think that and likely the amount of money that you need is going to change throughout your lifetime. Because you’re not just living this like set, you know, stationary life where it doesn’t actually change. So it’s just starting to recognize the like arbitrary and subjective nature that we’ve placed on the value of money.