PLEASE CHECK THE ANSWER l. Wheev•r work •hould placed Among the or happiness arncq the Of
unhaminess 'Zay be ngarded a. a doubt(ul question. There certainly much _
exr—dirglyirks.me. and an i. .
nrk is t" most painfv] than idleness, Ther• am •n w«k, all ..des;
from more of up the profluodest delights. acotrdir,g to the "tum "f the
work the abili:iee of the worker. Most the work that people have u. do is not
in even that certa in grvat "ivanta.•g. 'It with, it
a of the day without the rue" of deciding what une shall M'"t —pJe,
winn they are len free to their time a:cording to their are at a loss ta
think suffeientlv pleøant to be •orth dmng- And Whatever they decidv on,
To able to Hil leisure the i ast prcduct of rivi[int.on and at pr•ent
pmple have this level. Moreover the exercise Of choice tiresome m
Except, to pople •itb unusanl initialise, it is positively agreenbie be Loid •what to do
at hour of the day, prmöded the order. are nw. unpleasant the rich
'utTer unspeakable boredom. Ai tes they relief by hunting big game in Africa
or by around the world. but tix number of such is limited, especially after
-ynuth i. past. Ao»rdingly. the more intelligent rich men work marly as hard if
l. Work. therefore iA de•irable. •no foremoet prevent"e of bor.iom.
unint«esting work i' as biting hnving nMhiag tn do. With this advantage work.
another Advaht*ge i. nukes holiday's mu:h delicious when
come Provided that man r,ot have 10 work hard to impair hig v•ur, he i'
likolv fml f.r Ihar idle •"uld
u• nr unpAid work that it give chance