The higher and the middle classes in our country are apt to look down upon the manual work done by the poorer classes to earn their daily bread.Though in these hard days when the struggle for existence is getting keener and keener, the old ideas about respectability are fast giving place to new ones, yet educated young men are still very slow in appreciating the dignity of labour.All forms of labour are valuable and should be respected.
The higher and the middle classes in our country are apt to look down upon the manual work done by the poorer classes to earn their daily bread.
It demonstrates the superiority of mastery over the air.
Our Air Force at the time we achieved our freedom was very insignificant, but today it has acquired superiority that every Indian can be proud of.
It is supposed to be infra dig for the lady of the house to do domestic chores like washing clothes or scrubbing Pots.
The ‘in’ thing is to employ servants to do such work.
The idea contained in the saying is this that all labour, manual or otherwise, is full of dignity and nobility. It emphasizes the point that empty verbal prayers are not as valuable as real achievement in any fields.
Many people in the present generation, however, have a mistaken idea that manual labor is the means of the power man’s livelihood and has something undignified about it.
Other machines equipped with special apparatus, flit up and down over plantations, cotton fields and locust-infested areas, scattering chemical dust deadly to insects.
In Siberia, aeroplanes are even used for hunting and slaughtering wolf-packs when they become a menace. They possess a large fleet of airships, some of them nuclear-powered, with a terrific speed and wide bombing range.
They prefer white – collar jobs to other kinds of work involving manual labour, even though the latter are more easily available and more lucrative.
For example, an Arts graduate who is the son of a prosperous farmer would like to be a clerk in a city bank rather than follow his father’s profession.