Because the way it’s currently set up, we’re creating workers. People who are meant to clock in, clock out, and do so without even a fuss.
But here’s the kicker: that’s why we build robots and automated systems.
Humans aren’t meant to be doing the same thing over and over again for 30-40 years, not like that.
Our minds need space for growth and expansion: they need room for creativity.
And at the end of the day, if we don't move around that creativity or give our minds the opportunity to grow or run wild, we start to hold in energy and emotion.
This wouldn’t be an issue except for the fact that we’ve never been educated on how to clear that energy or regulate our emotions.
Instead, we’ve been taught to bury them. To force them deep down into the pit of our stomachs; to ignore the pain. To keep looking straight ahead, avoiding, at all costs, turning our gaze inwards.