Can anybody become an artist?
Yes. Everybody can be an artist if he or she wishes so.
I am asking you this question because nowadays everybody is a photographer unless proved otherwise.
Thanks to cell phones and the various other opportunities one is having.
What I am trying to impress is anybody can do anything with a little support.
So does one require any dedication?
“He who works with his hands is a labourer.
He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman.
He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist.”
Saint Francis of Assisi
How to work with your hands, head and heart when you have a B******T job?
Do you agree with the following quote?
“Bullshit jobs regularly induce feelings of hopelessness, depression, and self-loathing. They are forms of spiritual violence directed at the essence of what it means to be a human being.” David Graeber
Why should any one call the job, a b******t job?
In many places, elders are not happy with younger people
Can this be true?
“Too often, the younger generation of workers forgets the bitter hardships and struggles of those who went before them to build the conditions they enjoy today.” James Riddle Hoffa
What about human psychology?
People doing menial jobs are not respected in the society.
Are not menial jobs equally important so that we live in comfort?
Why then majority look down on people doing menial jobs?
I don’t understand why people even use the term ‘menial job’.
Every job is to be respected and appreciated for the hard work.
Those doing menial jobs are our fellow human beings and deserve dignity.
My feeling is the so-called ‘menial jobs’ are the most important work than any of the rest and keeps the society moving.
“Jesus came into this world not as a philosopher or a general but as a carpenter. All work matters to God” Timothy Keller
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This post is part of Cee Neuner’s CBWC- People at work Photo Challenge