In the Times this week, psychologist and author Barry “Paradox Of Choice” Schwartz pointed out that the vast majority of us don’t like our jobs or find them meaningful, and that that’s a huge waste of human potential.
If we are going to eat well in the future, we have to continue to modernize our food production instead of looking to the past.
Mueller’s painting with too broad a brush. Not so much a broad brush, even: a flamethrower.
The aphorism of “Do what you love” (DWYL) is the work mantra of our time, but the ability to pursue work out of love and not economic necessity is also a privilege.
But there has been some criticism as well, or at least, some questions about what the Rolling Jubilee will actually be able to accomplish in the grand scheme of things (it won’t for example, actually get the banks to change any of their unfair lending practices).