Work: one of the most dreaded 4 letter words in our vocabulary.
Work: the opposite of play.
Work: that which has become our ultimate definer of success.
Work: that which we play out like a reality show for grand prizes.
Work: that which we are overly dependent upon because we have increasing desires for goods. We want more and more and will sacrifice our souls to get “it”.
Work: that which results in monetary reward.
Work: the necessary evil of existence.
Work: the imprisonment of spirit and standardization of individual tendencies.
Work: that time in which we must do what we are told.
Work: we equate our work success with our self-esteem and our happiness level.
Work: that time in which we are drones in a community being run by toxic incompetents, but we need the money.
Work: that time in which someone is always the boss of us.
Work: a lot like childhood because we are seeking approval.
Work: something that sometimes chooses us and traps us day to day.
Work: that which we train for when we are too young to understand choice and self.
Work: that which many count down the days till retirement.
Work: that which many count down the hours till lunch or clock out.
Work: a time we don’t count as part of our life; we count work as a means to our life.
Work: we are told to pick something we love and then it isn’t work. How many have this luxury or love the same thing all the time?
Work: that which we spend most of our time obsessing about and forget that is simply a component of our life and not the most important factor.
Work: the time that we live out the programmed notion that every moment we must be useful.
Work: As children we played house, tag, board games, competed in sports; as adults the same games are played just moved to the work theater.
Work: “The only way to do great work is to love what you do.” Steve Jobs I disagree. I think “The only way to do great work is to love yourself.”
Work: that which is a means for the life one lives and not the definition of that life.
Work: something that needs to be kept in proper perspective.
Work: those moments we earn money to make the life we want possible.
Work: not life, not you, just something you do for money.
Life: find it within yourself, not only within your work.
Live your dreams,