Mike Rowe: 'We Don't Appreciate the Value of Work Anymore'
Unless you're stuck on an island and your only pal is a blood-stained volleyball, you probably know a person or two. Odds are most of those people are unhappy with the way their lives are going. The ever-wise Mike Rowe has the perfect theory as to why people feel that way:
Dirty Jobs’ Mike Rowe believes that many Americans are dissatisfied with their lives because they no longer appreciate the intrinsic value of work.
“If there is one enduring lesson from Dirty Jobs, it’s the fact that those people as a group are having a better time and were more connected to their work than the vast majority of people I know who make great white collar livings,” he asserted. “It’s just an inconvenient truth, if you will pardon the bromide, but it’s out there and there is a lot of hope in it.”
As always, Mike is spot on. All the beers to you, my good man.
Most people these days are too drunk on soy and glued to their screens to take pleasure in breaking a sweat, whether mental or physical. Not to mention leftists, who are convincing everyone the world is a sucky place full of suckiness. Our ancestors fought off beasts and the elements just to give their descendants a fighting chance. We repay them by binge-watching Stranger Things in onesies and inducing diabetes with Haagen Dazs. It's not hard to see where we went wrong.
Leftist thought cancer is convincing us we're all owed something. If we do anything at all, we take the easy way round. Like Mike Rowe said, work is a reward in itself. If you really want to be happy, there's no lack of fulfilling jobs holding you back.
Except for the ones illegals are stealing: