| | Who Would Work?
Is there really a tension between "work" and "non-work"? Posts ask questions along the lines: "how can we amass abundance without working?" as if "work" is an undesirable thing. "Work" as a factor in one's abundance seems to constitute a failure of proof that one successfully engineered a manifestation of abundance, under the "easy" school of the LoA.
But that can't be right. Think about it. The world couldn't function without "work." The world wouldn't be able to function without workers until it could populate the Earth with 8 billion robots to do our bidding. In the meantime, for now, if we all manifested our millions and went our merry way, then who would work?
Does the world needs workers? Yep. So it comes down to this: manifesting abundance with "ease" under the LoA and working are not mutually exclusive. The trick is to see "work" as fun. Seth (Jane Roberts) once remarked words to the effect: "Work is Play."
Last edited by Balbrae; 12-10-2011 at 05:18 PM.