The Beauty of Labour

The Beauty of Labour

Time to take in some fresh breath of freedom, new motivation, independence, new challenges and enthusiasm. Labour was not meant to shackle the mind nor bury the last dignity left of man. You work to break the chains of redundancy and laziness.

The beauty behind every drop of sweat is far beyond what the eyes can behold. Every stress, push, strive, patience, fear and sacrifice should take you closer to the gate of satisfaction and pride. Your effort and contribution in the cause of labour must never be ignored, downplayed, abused, misused, unappreciated and subjected to the cold hands of ridicule. Every man or woman has the sole right to protect and guide their dignity and pride. If ever your input is constantly put to disrepute in whatever way you can ever imagine, do not hesitate to take a bold and audacious step of change and courage.

Labour was not just made solely for wages, it carries more than what money can buy or capture, you labour not to please man but to satisfy your conscience in accordance to a strong precept of equity, fairness, trust, commitment and diligence. You must refuse to live under the canopy of slavishness, impunity, shame, fear and phobia for change.

Your labour may eventually go in vain if you fail to challenge the status-quo or to probe in order to effect necessary changes around you. What surrounds you may not be a true picture of what defines you. So try hard to find what represents you and project the true definition of labour.

Appreciate the fact that labour, pride and dignity must walk side by side so as to tap the full potential of what it (labour) has to offer. The resultant effect is everyone involved comes out with a big and contagious smile.Every human that understands the beauty of labour will reject anything that brings shame to labour, wages without fulfillment is tantamount to frustration that eventually leads to depression and pain.

An employer that sees no reason to make her employee smile at the end of every working day is not different from a slave master that cares less how the slaves feel. You are not condemned to turn away your eyes from the truth just because you are waiting for a pay at the end of the day. Working without getting your mind in line with the basics of labour with dignity is highly dangerous.

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