I think that employees are correct in demanding that they do exactly as their contract states, i.e. that our workplace buys a certain amount of time from us and we devote ourselves to our employers during this time, and also that our employers have no hold on us outside of that time.
In some places, people give their all at their workplace, and in other places, they say, “No, we’re not slaves. We’re willing to work for a certain amount of hours and get a certain amount of payment for it, and that’s it.” They want to feel that they live their own life, and it is a legitimate demand.
In general, I see quiet quitting as a positive development. We each need to think about the meaning and purpose of our lives, and who we live with. These are important concerns for people.
Based on the video “Quiet Quitting – A Kabbalist’s Response” with Kabbalist Dr. Michael Laitman and Oren Levi. Written/edited by students of Kabbalist Dr. Michael Laitman.
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