Every time I go shopping for groceries or for bigger things I realize that these people in a store, shop, resturant, are mostly there because they have to work somewhere. They were never given a proper choice where they want to be and what they want to do. And I hate that. I meet random people, I'm nice to random people but this is all shallow, random, not celebrated.
I want to meet people that love what they do, that they are there because they want to, they make a meaning to their lives.
I'm away from working in randomness. I got saved by Gordon Freeman. (I've always knew there's something about that man, since I saw the artworks for the very first time.)
That's it. We're being forced to work for strangers, for things we mostly don't care about. We are tought since we are small that we will have to work for someone else, but why? You are brought to this world, planned or not, but why should you subdue to a made-up economic system? We are mostly random, we work for people and causes that we don't care about.
I desire to see cities and nations full of people doing what they enjoy. We're not getting basic choices. Only 5% of the richest have an opportunity to really choose what they want to do. That's the truth.
Prove me that I'm wrong
I never fully understood a concept of a job; in almost all my previous jobs I never felt motivation, a cause, other than I had to get money for something. But I didin't care about these strange, random people that I've never met. I don't care about their goals. I only care about my goals, goals of my boyfriend, my friends and family. People that have something in common and I can understand their motivations. Jobs imposed from someone else by a totally broken economic system that assumes you have to work for someone.
We just assume it's right because we're being brainwashed. It's all an illusion. Robots could replace most of us just today.