Defined by Work

Today is Labor Day in the USofA and Canada.  You may be off at the State Fair or taking one last long summer day up at the cabin on the lake. Few people will read this in the middle of the last day of summer routine.

But that’s fine.  This might be better on the Tuesday after Labor Day.

Today we celebrate the workers of this continent and celebrate work itself.  We do this largely by loafing, by taking a day off to not work.  It’s not that everyone needs a break.  The idea is that we should all spend a day contemplating how much we are defined by what we do and how important the efforts are innovations of millions of people are to each other’s lives.

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