All the words suggesting positivity like hope, and happiness, etc.etc., are my favorite words and one of them is ‘WORK’
Give me all the money in the world and ask me to just lie down and do nothing and I’ll be bored to death.
I think no one can live without work.
In my earlier posts, I crib so much about my procrastinating habit. That I do but in some fields like writing only. Otherwise, I do a sufficient amount of work.
The sicker I am the more work I’ll do. Either go for a walk or for some shopping.
Nature has endowed every creäture in this world with such a wonderful machine that it needs feeding, cleaning, keeping warm or cold according to seasons, needs sheltering, and comforts and there are so many necessities that we can’t survive with just lazing around
I cannot live without work, I love to eat only what I have earned so I do all my household work though we are retired; we get a pension and can get all work done by paying maidservants, we can’t live without working. Cooking, taking a rest, watching TV, reading a book, writing a post, exercise, all are part of my daily routine so there is nothing called free time in our life, even sleeping is a part of the work required to keep our body fit.
I wish I could work until the last day of my life.
It is true that an empty mind is the workshop of the devil and to avoid this and make the mind a workshop of God we must believe that ‘Work Is Worship.
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