For some reason, I can't get it straight in my head
why the risk-free rate of interest would be higher
than zero.

Does it really come from the fact that some people
wish to consume today but can't, so they purchase
current consumption from suppliers, i.e. lenders, and
the interest rate is just the price in that particular
market?  Or is there something different, or deeper,
or whatever going on?

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