After-work life

pexels-photo-356830.jpegDo you believe in life after work?

You mean….. the After-work life?

“Some say it exists, but I don’t believe there is anything after you finish working,” said the Atheist.

“After work, you get rewarded if you have worked honestly. You go to Heaven for eternity,” said Christian.

“After you finish working, you have some time to reflect on your work, and then come back to work again. When finished, you reflect again….and so on, until you do your work perfectly well.” said Buddhist.

Do you believe in life after work??? ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿ˜„



5 thoughts on “After-work life”

    1. Depends on what you do. Most people are ‘voluntarily’ imprisoned about five days a week, 8 hours a day, so they can pay the mortgage/rent for the place they are rarely spending any time at, (apart from sleeping), which they use for storing things they bought, but don’t really need. So no, there is no life in that kind of work/life. ๐Ÿ™‚


      1. I agree that most are forced to do work they don’t like, but I don’t think it necessarily translates to not enjoying life (if this is the context we share). meetings, competing, success, failing, problems, there is adventure in this, life is not always good. people should feel sadness to identify the opposite. this is subjective and it depends. imo

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      2. I agree that one aspect of life shouldn’t influence us to the point that we cannot enjoy it and if it does, we should make some changes. What I wanted to say, is that on my opinion, (which might be wrong, but that is just one person’s opinion, in this case mine) we are paying with the time of our lives for something we are entitled for free. Hundreds years ago men would go to the forest and chop the wood to build a house. They would grow their own healthy food. They were free, like we never will be. Someone could say that they were fighting for their own existence at that time, but aren’t we doing the same nowadays… What happens when we can’t pay our mortgages, rents etc…
        Of course everybody has the right to his own perspective on life and any other matter, his own philosophy and beliefs. If someone finds the meaning and happiness in this competitive, profit-orientated world, it is totally fine with me. ๐Ÿ™‚ Just not my thing… that is all… Thanks again for your comment and for stopping by. Best wishes. Nikole

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