domingo, 3 de noviembre de 2013

Sweating was never a punishment

You might think that working and sweating suffer because we millennia bewitched with what we believe was a punishment Bible.

Several articles (1) I mentioned the biblical punishment, according to which, we have to earn our bread by the sweat of his brow.

Therefore has to be annoying sweat because otherwise there would be a penalty.

We are getting used to see many men who are paid to a company to hire you machines with which sweat profusely lifting weights, running on treadmills or pedaling bikes resistant deliberately rider effort.

This habit, which users pay, doubts that sweating is embarrassing. It's time then to ask whether that punishment for eating an apple was really a painful punishment or, on the contrary, I was just stating that humans lose a supposed divine allowance for food.

I put it in another way: if human beings of that time were accustomed to receive free food, the punishment was not to have to sweat but having to pay for food. By eating an apple had to start earning money to buy bread. The punishment was the order of the free, not having to sweat.

What do the governments of the poorest left? They suspended the punishment and return to allow them to receive a subsidy, as the humans who had those offenders who ate the forbidden apple.

Of course, as rulers have not left their ranks to Almighty God do miracles generating them food from scratch, they have no choice but to steal, expropriate or take money from those that earn a living sweating.

In short, sweat was never a punishment.

Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): Sudar nunca fue un castigo.

(Este es el Artículo Nº 2.052)

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