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Bored, What does everyone do for work?

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I "work" to better myself and the rest of humanity by seeking knowledge and experience.

This is a lot more "work" than most people could even imagine, and by far the road less traveled. It requires the questioning of social norms, thinking for yourself, and the use of critical thinking, which are things that most can not or will not do for various reasons.

The majority of people simply think money is everything, and the bulk of their effort in life is spent trying to obtain it. Work, buy, consume, die. As if there was nothing more to life than this.

If they only knew the truth, which is that money is little more than a system of control designed to turn the vast majority of people into the slaves of a relative few. It keeps people locked into the "rat race" of the system, and blind to their true potential that could be realized otherwise.

I do not feel the need to be labeled as my "work" and because of this I do not identify with it in that way.

Perhaps I didn't understand the question? No believe me I understood it all too well, I just don't buy into the idea that "you are your job"......
Edited by MagusHenosis#1202 on 11/11/2012 3:41 PM PST
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