WHY WORKING EVERY DAY?

I know people have to work but why work every f ucking day and have no time to do anything why even bother living?

Asked By: bv1986 26-30, M  3 hours ago

Posted by Me Nov 8th, 2013 at 6:29PM

Work is worship.
Without work stone cannot become jade, jade cannot become priceless artistic object; without artistic objects, human society would be like a herd of lower creatures.
Life is all activities and interactivities that bring invisible things into reality, which enrich the spiritual nature of human existence and higher worlds such as the Internet and the other worlds of God.
For man life is work, work is happiness, happiness is power for development of human potentialities.
Each human being has his rational sense to make choice, so let love him as he is. Because God loves him as He loves us.

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Abdul-Baha says:

 In this great dispensation, art (or a profession) is identical with an act of worship and this is a clear text of the Blessed Perfection. Therefore, extreme effort should be made in art and this will not prevent the teaching of the people in that region. Nay, rather, each should assist the other in art and guidance. For instance, when the studying of art is with the intention of obeying the command of God this study will certainly be done easily and great progress will soon be made therein; and when others discover this fragrance of spirituality in the action itself, this same will cause their awakening. Likewise, managing art with propriety will become the means of sociability and affinity; and sociability and affinity themselves tend to guide others to the Truth.

(Abdu’l-Baha, Baha’i World Faith – Abdu’l-Baha Section, p. 377)

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