In an independent age we are living in, we usually talk about how all forms of labour contribute to the welfare of the society.
In many western countries, the dignity of labour is well recognised. Students do not mind in earning money by working as food delivery boy or waiters at a restaurant. Much of the domestic work like cooking food is done by the members of the family. However, in countries like India, many middle-class families have house hold help. There are benefits for sure, but comes with a slight implication when we look at the society as whole.
My son was five, when he very innocently said to me,
“Mummy I want to be a driver of a garbage truck when I grow up”.
I had a hearty laughter. But I realised it was the right time to teach him about dignity of labour. I answered with a…
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