奋。斗

是的。我是不退休论者。

或许我的欲望很容易满足,所以金钱多寡地​位高低不是要点。

更恰当的说法也许是我乐意工作。一辈子工作很快乐。​于是我的存在价值才是重点。

我存在着有价值就好。不存在了就没有​标价的必要。

那些退休以后才能做的事我现在做。活多久就休多久。​不是活多久就作多久。

问我如何才能少奋斗十年?恩…. 不奋斗还有价值吗?一辈子都奋斗不好吗?

 

 

 

One thought on “奋。斗

  1. Your reaction and mine is in the same category, I understand it is the pattern of expected response of the middle age and struggle between a job and a career. A job keep us alive and a career is a lifetime endeavor that lead to profit in business and no retirement age.

    Most jobs has no career even engineers / doctors are forced to retire, after that their knowledge and experience becomes worthless but are well paid with higher amount of retirement fund. So these group must invest wisely, while those who only earn enough to sustain must enjoy living and working since cannot retire and won’t wait until old age.

    Such kind are not ideal husband to materialistic woman hence, usually single or could not establish a relationship, this is the reason for living together culture in the West and now Asia, couple are unable to commit and a marriage serves no purpose if cannot afford children.

    To avoid 奋斗, is to compile knowledge and experience into intellectual assets to make value added product and re-usable, because selling time for salary is a lost of effort that cannot be recover. If a product cannot be recycle or reuse, it is a waste of finite resource, the fundamental of green concept.
    The previous generation need a sewing machine before a radio and a black & white TV, a camera that use negative film as storage and must print into paper. Current generation need a refrigerator, washing machine, hand phone, replace CRT to flat TV and store information in digital medium.

    Look around you, is there anything you can make? They are created by people of the past, Who will make things for the next generation and what might it be? It will come from us or someone else.

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