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Wonderful! Thank you for your honesty and transparency something much appreciated as it is a precious thing.

Blessings be to you and everyone.

Ava Goodman

I disagree with your philosophy. Precarious work, women who are pregnant, refugees, Indigenous (Native Americans), disabled, and people of colour, Jews, Muslims (anyone who is not Christian) have a tough time breaking through the glass ceiling.You are a privileged white (Christian) that lives in an astrological bubble. I think you need to communicate with real people doing boring, labour, mind numbing work before you even publish this garbage. I come from a social economic viewpoint where government can intervene to make life better for people with scarce income. Blaming the individual does not work anymore nor does the trickle down theory of economics. The planets Uranus, Pluto and Neptune deal with other influences as well as Jupiter and Saturn. But it is government that redistributes income to those in need and when it is taken away their is more hardship. A new economics is being written about by major economists - GUARANTEED INCOME for those who need it. Then we call all have a leisure life and not have to worry anymore about bad jobs.


Hi Ava - You may disagree, but ultimately it is the responsibility of the individual to learn all they can learn in life, hopefully to make the world a better place AND make money. I have worked with clients of every single subgroup you list; they were all human beings with hearts and minds who wanted to improve their lives. That is done by learning whatever we must learn to transcend the limitations of self and society.

You really think I'm a "privileged white Christian that lives in an astrological bubble?" That's very presumptuous. You literally have no idea what I've been through to be where I'm at right now. No one I've ever met wanted to swap places with me. I have BEEN with "real people doing boring, labour, mind numbing work." You didn't pay attention to the time I was a temp typist? You don't think I interacted with all the other "real people" doing boring jobs? I was once a stone mason; learned from scratch. Hauled hundred pound sacks of cement around; used rakes and shovels on mortar; put up and took down scaffolding; who are you to tell me anything about hard labor? I washed dishes and cut tree limbs and put up sheetrock with other "real people." I've worked at grinding jobs and fulfilling jobs. My only offering is that anyone, with the right attitude and the right training, might escape from a boring or unfulfilling job.

I have never addressed anything about the place of govt in taking care of social services, so your attack is misguided. I never blamed anyone; I'm merely affirming the absolute truth that if you don't like some part of your life, it's your responsibility to take care of business, and not sit around waiting for the phone to ring. This is not "trickle down." That's a delusion on your part if you believe I buy into any of that nonsense. It's clear you infer a lot despite the absence of evidence.

And I totally disagree with your last sentence. Life is not about "a leisure life and not have to worry anymore about bad jobs." Life is about learning, and growing, and contributing to a better world. Life is about finding our gifts and expressing them the best we're able, creating a life work that is fulfilling. Life is about making mistakes on our path to mastering Life, and moving from lesser skills to greater ones. Life is about learning to live with no regrets, no worry, and no fear. It sure isn't about leisure. Peace out.


I absolutely loved the message and post ❤️

It’s all about creating opportunities and moving away from the victim mentality. Learning to navigate through life and self sufficiency...not depending on circumstances to magically change. I feel it is crucial we as human beings begin to opt out of the system which is currently in place - thank you for continuing to inspire and spreading intelligence.

I have always worked entry level jobs and learned much from all the experience. I am currently working for someone who started their own company and it is incredibly rewarding. We both share a love for philosophy and most days after work make the time to converse about all things life. My boss dealt with depression/suicidal thoughts up until his 30’s and eventually became inspired by some great thinkers. It is never too late to cultivate your dreams and make a positive impact on those beings around you.


Ava. Robert is right ... and you are wrong.


I+t is not what you know it is who you know. " I saw this so many in my 30+ years in the working world. It would be nice if what you say is true but it it has not been my experience. If it were I would not be unemployed for 4 years


Hi Dominic - Yes, it is about creating opportunities for oneself, and stop waiting for Godot. Yes to learning to navigate with self-sufficiency, and not expecting things to change unless WE change them. And of course, if we cannot change them, and they're not good for us, then it's time to go somewhere else and do something else. That way we're not victims of circumstance or our own lack of initiative. And yes, it's never too late to cultivate your dreams and become a greater human being than we were.

Hi Peg - Yes.

Hi Trixie - While that may be true for some of the people some of the time, it is not a universal rule. I didn't get one gig b/c of my connections, but I did get all of them due to my initiative and hustle. Maybe your experience is one of needing to think outside your own perceptual box? There is no one who is doomed to be unemployed; I know that for a fact. We can ALWAYS find a job; the trick is not to get stuck below our creative potential. This is exactly why I made a point of saying that someone like you needs to get trained in something new that society wants and needs; get educated, and keep learning until you are so good that you cannot be overlooked. I did it that way "in the working world." I worked for more years than many have lived; I still am. I still keep learning, and now have skills that are transferrable to several areas. Open your imagination to what you might want to do, and you don't know where it could take you.


Call me british...philosophy we do over tea everyday...


Thanks for the article Robert enjoying it thoroughly,
Especially loved your reference "Something's lost and something's gained in living everyday, thank you

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