I do not know the origin of this. But I agree with it entirely.
Stop. You are not a machine. Your natural design does not tolerate 2-4 hours of travel per day, 8-12 hours of slave-labor 5-6 days per week for whatever monetary compensation on 5-6 hours of sleep in a system built on penalistic principle and a life under judgmental surveillance. Like it or not, you are human. Stress, harassment, constant financial worries, fear and sense of inadequacy destroys the health of any human. This is a scientific fact. So why is it that we accept and tolerate a system that in actual reality demands that you erase your needs, and in effect commit a slow joyless suicide for someone elses profit? You have a choice, stop pretending that you don’t.
4 thoughts on “Stop. You are not a machine.”
“It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” – Jiddu Krishnamurti
Why ask the question and not
provide an attempted answer. Many question are ask. it is time for
answer. To this question in particular I come to understand that ther is
mass hypnosys provided by mass médis social média publicity at large
and materialistique view. To escape this hypnosis an individual must
take him/herself apart experience with silence in order to let
selfconscience to arise.
It’s hard to disagree with a text like that, but it’s a one-sided and incomplete appeal to an emotion. With the same amount of fallacies I can ‘rewrite’ such a text in minutes and you’ll find yourself having the same trouble of disagreeing… you know what, I did… partly serious, but to show it’s a cheap way of practicing philosophy… Regarding the text above, I dunno its origin either, but I would be disappointed if it came from a great thinker…
Continue – alternate approach
I printed both, the red one and the green one and hung them up in the office. made quite a few people crack up :)