The Value of Labour (Industry)

The Value of Labour

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The Value of Labour

The Value of Labour (Industry)

The Value of Labour

The Value of Labour

Introduction: ‘Industry’ (labour)  means useful physical or mental work. The proverb says  ‘Industry is the mother of good fortune’. This is true to a large extent. If we work hard we make sure to be successful.

Utility: Life becomes meaningful through work. There can be neither health nor wealth without labour. No one can ever become great without industry. Many common people became very great and were famous for their hard work. A hardworking man can make his own fortune. 

God has given us strength and ability and we should practise them. It is a law of nature that humans should work to meet their needs.  ‘Eat your bread in the sweat of your face’, says the Bible. Farmers have to work hard for their crops, fishermen for their fish and students to succeed in their examinations. A hardworking person benefits not only himself but also his society. The farmers feed us, weavers weave clothes for us.  Without industry progress is impossible. All great things on earth are the result of industry. Glorious nations can increase in fame and wealth. Industry brings health, wealth, and greatness and makes life happier. The industry has created the civilization of the world. Its success and progress are all due to labour. It enables us to live and enjoy life.

Evils of Idleness: Proverbs states, ‘A sleeping fox does not catch any chicken’. This is true to a great extent. There can be no success without labour. There is no fruit without suffering. A  man who does not work has no right to enjoy the product to others. He depends on others.  Dependence on others is not only a shame but also a curse on one’s personality. It is rightly said that fate favours the brave alone. A passive man can never progress in life. His life is worthless. Many intelligent but worthless individuals spent their lives in misery. Work is life, laziness is death and laziness brings sickness and decline. A passive mind is the Devil’s workshop.

Conclusion: It is our duty to be hardworking. The fruits of the industry are very sweet. We can make ourselves and our society happy by doing hard labour. 0 0 0

The Value of Labour

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N. B. The article ‘The Value of Labour (Industry)’ originally belongs to the book School Essays Part-Iby Menonim Menonimus.

The Value of Labour

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