“You’ll find that there are individuals actually who consider their work to be onerous and laborious. …

“The ‘woiker’ has to be in there slaving, you know, taking care of the wife and children—in spite of the fact that it almost kills him—going to that office every morning…

“A person has to make it tough so that it will be serious. He’s got to go at it the hard way, then, in order to convince people that he is valuable to the family or to the group or to society. If he’s really working (in other words, if it takes him two months to knock out something he should have been doing in a half an hour), then he’s really valuable. This is the computation on it. Work is serious.”









About catherinehislop

I am the Founder of Global Unity Harmony Foundation
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