their 30s, even their 40s who are socioeconomically affluent enough to live off their parents, not ever having to work their entire lives?
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Sound jealous hmmm.NOT EVERYONE has to work.There are those who are LUCKY enough never having to work.They can relax and enjoy lifet.They can explore avenues that MOST PEOPLE aren't able to do.MOST PEOPLE work because they HAVE to!Such women r FREE.
Believe it or not, some people want to work. Life isn't just about relaxing. Some people live for their work. The fantasy island no work fantasy isn't for everyone.
Many people are "trained" from their youth to go to work for someone else, I see that as a very sad thing as there is more to life than just work and not everyone can have a career or job they would truly like.
Only a MINUTE PERCENTAGE of people WANT to work, the MAJORITY have NO OTHER RECOURSE but to EITHER WORK or BE PENURIOUS, HOMELESS, & STARVING. Most people are ENSLAVED to WORK, nothing more, nothing less.
Most people have to work; that is true. So? Make the best of it and see the rainbows. Coveting the 'rich life' makes one bitter. Worshipping the rich is even worse. Find your passions even if you have to work. You can still have hobbies.
GMWilliams, your comment is untrue. I am retired and have a steady income, so I do not have to work. I CHOOSE to work. Work does not have to be for an employer. You can do charity work, exercise, write, whatever you want. Just don't laze about.
IN TOTAL AGREEMENT THERE!
++++++++, beautiful statement! Why not, if they got it use it to ENJOY as well as HELP OTHERS. Most people WISH they were THAT LUCKY!
Most people are WORKING SLAVES. They are in jobs they hate and totally ANTICIPATE weekends, ultimately retirement.Many people, if THEY COULD & AFFORD to, WOULDN'T work at all. Loving one's job is only for the VERY FEW, for the majority it's a DRE
Some people don't see it that way. Why worship the rich? Do the best you can and love your life and see your blessings. Some people work hard, don't like their jobs but love their families.