Lately I've been asking myself this question. What is the value of a ten Baht coin?

And I realized that money does not have an absolute value. The value of money is always relative.

One ten Baht coin, but different values for different people. To a homeless man, a single 10 Baht coin won't change his fortune but it can put something in his empty stomach. But to a millionaire, it's not even worth picking it up from the ground.

So, the value of the money in your hand is absolutely relative to the total amount of money that you have in your bank.

In which case, the coin my hand, appears astronomical.