22. Februar 2016 von Sydney Polart ©
I’m not against working hard, but it’s hard to believe in what many people think, when saying „hard work“ would lead to success. The reason why I am questioning this notion is: If the notion ‚hard work leads you anywhere close to success‘ was true, not just the poor exploited Indian, who is working hard in a sweat shop to produce any rich guy’s sweat shirt, would be on the track to success but also America’s „working poor“, who keep America’s economy running, are working hard right now not for making a living but having many jobs for even being able to survive. So I think it’s more likely to assume that the notion ‚working hard leads to success‘ is what rich people like to think, while letting reckless people exploit poor people on their behalf. At the same time these rich people make poor people believe that their hard work is a necessary phase on their way to success, while disguising the fact that their hard work is nothing less than their exploitation within a never ending vicious circle. End of story.
Dr. Dr. Immanuel Fruhmann
alias I.G. Fruhmann
Y 8:8; Y 7:14