So what’s all the fuss about? Here we work hard to make people realize their potential, so if that’s not for you then move on!
If you feel like you’re just standing still or your project hasn’t come to fruition despite all the sacrifices and energy you’ve put into it, then you have three options:
1. Keep rowing
2. Give up
3. Get help
This is a real decision because we are used to “earning our living by the sweat of our brow”, and the word “WORK”
Old English weorc, worc “something done, a discrete act performed by someone, action (whether voluntary or required), proceeding, business; that which is made or manufactured, products of labour,” also “physical labour, toil; skilled trade, craft, or occupation; opportunity of expending labour in some useful or remunerative way.
So we don’t even think of it as being different. What if I proposed to you to work with a maximum of fun to achieve your projects. How about this?
I’m going to make a crazy proposal: turn off the TV! This is not a joke, even if it sounds disdainful to say so. I think it could make a monumental leap in the creativity of the whole planet! I am not joking.
I’m grateful for the effort it takes to keep a journal, to create topics, to create variety shows, to follow codes that you didn’t even set up but that you have a vested interest in playing with if you want to stay fashionable or in the loop, to keep your job in short.
I know how difficult this proposal is to put in place. We all have a granny who keeps the TV on all day, or just to be informed we think, we watch the latest disaster, to cheer up or to take our minds off it!
Who would like to exchange dark thoughts after work for dark images of a world on its knees? We, the almost perfect humans!
Yes, I’m a bit of a firecracker, and I’m fully aware of my responsibilities as I approach 50. My only real regret is that I didn’t know what I know sooner, if at all.
I found out from my failures that I wouldn’t miss a lot of things in everyday life if I behaved as if I were on holiday: no TV and “no phone” after a certain time.
It would have been nice to have provided with the Earth an instruction manual for those who will be living on it, or at least tips on how to avoid wading through the problems for a large part of our lives.
I do not remember who state the following words “Work and play are words used to describe the same thing under differing conditions.” But I believe there is a close connection that can often confuse people between work and play… that might explain also why teenagers would see work as a resentful subject while it is taught by adult biases and confusion on the topic. Don’t you think?
Well, that is what I’m proposing to you, to reconsider certain aspects of your life and to move on to the next level. With or without TV 😉 and definitely with pleasure, most likely by putting in some work.
Let’s go for an adventure of humanity outside 2.0!
Are you ready to exchange your problems for real solutions?
That’s it, CREATE!
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