The labourer is worthy of hu's hire as long as hu efficiently does the work hu is hired to do. Hirers should be content to pay a reasonable price so long as the work is done properly.
It was a bit surprising for me and pleasing to witness the Australian Broadcasting Commission publishing this valuable information about sucrose consumption as the main culprit with respect to the obesity problem. It appeared on "Catalyst" last night.
Watch the replay on ABC TV
It is a common thing for aspirants of a better life, a new world even, and certainly a new paradigm of attitude, to discover themselves to be not as they were fashioned to be by the world they grew to adulthood in. There is, upon this discovery, an urge to break free from the attachments that for so long defined their identity in the eyes of their social circle, including themselves. Such attachments include mode of garb, mode of speech, names, religious tradition, and thinking patterns.
These attachments can become very cloying, like some old skin that must be shed. At this transitional phase, this time of rebirth or awakening, big mistakes are commonly and often made by the awakening soul. There is a tendency in most to be impatient. Out of this impatience, many many souls make the mistake of hijacking the process of awakening with so-called "leaps of faith" and "change your-self" endeavours. The process did not begin that way, it just 'happened', but now the impatient soul wants it to happen as quickly as possible. And so, many try to force it by changing their external world -- changing their garb, changing how they speak, changing their habitat, and sometimes, changing their name.
What effect do these changes have on the awakening process? They confuse. But the poignant error here is the divergence of the soul away from the relatively unconscious process of awakening into the self-conscious attempt to change themselves.
I never lost sight of my ideals throughout my youth. I at least made visits to Truth throughout the turbulent and sometimes reckless days of growing into adulthood. Then, when I was 22, I found that I was miserable. I had all but lost contact with the Spirit. My journey back to Truth then proved to be a step of tremendous impact. I returned all the way back to the pristine consciousness of a brand new soul. I regained my innocence/innersense entirely. I discovered what it was to be a pure adult human being.