Today, one of the new upsurge that caught attention on the WorldWideWeb media was this new word “Worliday” – A Working holiday which defined by its famous writer Lucy Kellaway at the Financial Times saying “Worliday is a bit like holiday and a bit like work” adding ” It’s the future for professional workers”.
On the contrary where professional life is more about making moolah and dragging the human element out of our existence – this is the ultimate end of real life. We have become those endless robots which have been designated to work like crazy people without looking at ourselves. Our corporate lives have more responsibilities from us than the ones of our own real relationships. Oh yes, to add-on to that its all about professionalism / Moolah / Comfort life. But if this all is leading us to the end of realism where we are surrounded by this hype of virtual existence and all our privacy is shared by our work – it wont give us the eternal that is part of us but rather just a part that is created by the materialistic needs.
Why even the Working holidays – that’s pointless to ever count it as holidays when you are not going to enjoy your holidays but be surrounded by your devices buzzing ringing and keeping you busy. That’s irrelevant of our real meaning of holidays. Its anyways infected our modern life but what has happened to the Simplicity of existence. Would it ever come back ?? Are we writing our own death of freedom by the devices – by the lifestyles – by the complications – by the never ending circle of on-going new professionalism word.
I am not the one who can advice on how it all will shape our lives but it surely will bring you all closer to the health problems, the radiations, the harmful rays, the cost of your precious eyes, the health of your legs and I do accept it as the cause of all those things which will shape the million other issues on the human front. I really would not want this “Worliday” addition to our lives which are getting bombarded by our own human professionals earning millions but pushing others to follow their footsteps on these regards.
Ultimately, its at the cost of our human life. IMO at least – leave me your opinions.
More from the original write-up by Lucy.