@neauoire I don’t mean retirement from doing things, I mean retirement from working so that you can afford to eat and so on
@flip they are intertwined for me. Maybe I retired when I quit my last full time job many years ago. I could never do that again, it would kill me.
@neauoire that is very far from my reality – I have to worry about creating value in the eyes of others or I don’t get to eat
@flip I think that's the case for most people who work for bosses and clients. In the end, none of the goods you create thoughout your life are yours and you are left with nothing. I hope you find a way out of this maze, our generation is totally fucked.
@neauoire the thing is, I don’t want a boss but I also don’t want to concern myself with making a profit
There is no ethical creation under late capitalism
We can choose our best paths, but we can’t pretend any of the paths are good
@flip yep, I could not have said it any better.
@neauoire @flip I have had a hard road in part because I refused to return to the old of not knowing what I do and make. This current freelance job seems an ideal compromise, but it's still a compromise.
Hopefully it can also be a springboard to my own financially sustainable output, but that path isn't clear yet.
Everything else I agree with Devine. I never want to be doing nothing.
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