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Little Black Book

musings

Question & analyze all of the
“structures” we have made in
this society.
 
Nothing is ever permanent.
Why resist positive change?
 
How do we stop people from
being punished for trying to do
good for all humans & earth?
 

of a temp worker

 
The key to assembly line survival
is to have a tightly controlled
operation.
 
The workers are drilled to be
uniform and efficient with
repetitive, numbing tasks.
 
They are praised for behaving like
robots – tireless and obedient.
 
They are disrespected, nearly
destitute and crippled with fear.
 
A rise in low self-esteem pervades
when human beings vie to keep
such sickening manual labor.
 
There’s no integrity.
 

Medium

ink & printed material on paper, Photoshop

Size

original:

Category

Old But New