From The Wrench, by Primo Levi, translated by William Weaver
"It is sadly true that many jobs are not lovable, but it is harmful to come on to the field charged with preconceived hatred. He who does this sentences himself, for life, to hating not only work, but also himself and the world."
From Beating Copper
Tuesday, April 21, 2020
Posted by usedbuyer 2.0 at 12:01 AM
Labels: Daily Dose, essayists, Essays, Primo Levi, Quotations, work
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