posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 06:53 PM
I've always thought the same way, and knew it deep down as well. Why do we work? because we are expected to? If the goal, is to get food water and
shelter, and we get it by any other means, then is it not the same thing?
people are expected to work just because, in the s own same way people are expected to have a car or shop at stores, simply because society says it's
normal. Don't forget it wasn't always this way.
I actually take this into consideration, for I work in my own self-interest, to create products for others. I don't do it because I am expected to,
or because I MUST work. If given the choice, I wouldn't have a job. I would work, but not have a job. There is a difference.
If i had the freedom, I would leave, and just do my own thing somewhere, working for myself, outside of any government or ruling body, working for
myself, producing for others (for a price, of course). My 2 cents on the matter.
You are right of course, most jobs are centred around people's wants, and not necessities.