Many of our young men are dangerously dissatisfied. It’s not their fault. They’ve been trained to want what they don’t have—trained, you could say, to suffer.
A man is not good because he works, and not bad because he doesn’t.
Work provides us with a material benefit, not a spiritual one. Our work may help others; it will not help us. If it did, Pablo would have been kinder to women and Vincent would have died peacefully.
Is there no need to work? Then don’t work. Nobody in Eden works.