Is work a necessary evil to be avoided? Birds, Animals, Fishes don't go to office, why Humans?
That's a very hilarious question so I would also answer it in the same tone. How can you say that animals, fishes and birds don't go to office? Like we human beings, we can say it aloud that we have a hectic work schedule but these poor creatures can't say like that. May be they have some other vital work which may be as hectic as our work schedule.
Sundeep.....Well, aren't you the stand-up comedian today!......Unless we're born into extreme wealth and have the privilege of living a soft, cushy life, work is a necessary drudgery.
As far as we know at this time.....birds need not pay taxes on their nests nor pay for air space. Fish never get a water bill,
I suppose in a way, animals/wild life do have some work to do now and then in order to survive, but they don't have to show up at the office!! LOL
Very funny, Sundeep. Thank you for the laugh.
Thanks fpherj48 for finding my question funny...at least I could bring a smile on your face and may be other readers too. But on a serious note, is it possible that we dont' have to work to PAY BILLS.
SERIOUSLY, Sundeep. I can't imagine how this would be possible. It's a bit late for us to try to re-invent the entire system! But if you think of something....I ALL FOR IT!!
Humans are complex organisms - thus, we need complex activities too. Work not only pays the bills, it keeps us occupied and challenged. If we avoid work (no matter how simple or tough it may be), we are just destroying ourselves. What do we do with all that time? For even in our leisure, we find work.
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