"A sharp increase in non-industriousness might be the most effective way to bring about positive social and political change." #readingTodayThe more we believe in the impossibility of failure, the more likely failure becomes. This is in fact Arthur C. Clarke's first law of prediction: "When a distinguished but elderly scientist states that something is possible, he is almost certainly right. When he states that something is impossible, he is very probably wrong." I wish to make a radical suggestion: because our social system is predicated on the majority of people believing in the fundamental necessity of work, a sharp increase in idleness, absenteeism, laziness, and non-industriousness might be the most effective way to bring about positive social and political change.
"Autopilot: The Art and Science of Doing Nothing" by Andrew Smart
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