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« Who can guess that precise moment when your world is going to change? | Main | To live in the hearts one leaves behind »

March 03, 2009

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anish

If there is one huge lesson from the current world collapse, it is this: Do Not take things for granted. Stay sharp all the time. Company will not and can not take care of you, only you can.

Chris Sanders

Keep your saw sharp at all times. Being Fat Cat is slow, prolnged death.

Commoner

This is an age old "Landlord trap" used for workers in my country. Get him dependent on your benefit system, make him barely comfortable, keep him hopeful. Scare him with penalty for talking to other farmers or exploring other opportunities. You got him for life and if the landlord is smart (kniving is proper word);also suck poor guy's family into the deal.

Poor worker does not acquire skills or confidence to survive in external world; always hoping "Landlord" will take care of him for life. So goes the age old trap. Hope the situation is different in other parts of the world.

Anand Shah

Here is an excellent article and video link that will make your day. Sent by SH Wong, a friend in Malaysia. See how resourceful a person can be even in most constrained environment.

http://www.currybear.com/wordpress/?p=2316#comments

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