Saturday, November 2, 2019

Daily Dose

From The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work, by Alain de Botton


"It struck me as strange and regrettable that in our society something as prospectively life-altering as the determination of a person's vocation had for the most part been abandoned to marginalized therapists practicing their trade from garden extensions. What should have been one of the most admired professions on earth was struggling to attain the status open to a travel agent."

From Chapter IV, Career Counselling

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