No Pleasure in Work

Today's Maurin

Carlyle says: “He who has found his work let him look for no other blessedness.”

But workmen cannot find hapiness in mechanized work.

As Charles Devas says, “The great majority having to perform some mechanized operation which requires little thought and allows no originality and which concerns an object in the transformation of which whether previous or subsequent they have no part, cannot take pleasure in their work.”