Re: A Life of Labor

I want to address a national epidemic that too often affects way too many of us, myself included. The epidemic is this massive lie that we have gone into the agreement with which make us believe we are not meant to find love in our labor to  society.

 

And I want to tell you mot only is it a lie but it’s a deadly virus that still your day to Day joy and joy is your strength to endure the ebb and flows of life on earth

 

It is true, that not everyone of us will be able to labor in our love but every one us must make sure we are able to find love (worthwhile and meaningful) in that which we labor.

 

And please erase the silly notion of working to not work or work so you can retire from work. Humans were made for labor and service. And when you die and are on your death bed you’ll realize most of your life was spent for the service and labor for other’s pleasure and benefit.

 

Even if you choose not work a day in your life, you will still end up being primarily used by others for the sake of others. There is no away around it.

 

You come to earth to serve and when you die you’ll realize with either a sense of purpose and dignity that your life was poured out for others or you’ll be embittered with resentment that all your efforts and labor will now be left for the enjoyment and satisfaction of others.

 

So as you labor, do it with love and if you can’t find love in your labor then you need to labor away at finding something else you can love to labor at. Its your top duty and responsibility.

 

Now go ye therefore and labor away.