There is a lot to learn in the garden.
Or on a construction site.
Or an assembly line.
Too often our work involves devices that are operated by the click of buttons. Working on a data sheet or typing up office reports involves coordination between fingers and buttons.
Even companies themselves are controlled by the digital code that dictates whether a trade goes through or not. Military operations are increasingly drone-operated, and robots are the future of medicine.
I question whether service or finance economies are more progressive than industrial or agrarian economies. Wearing a suit and jacket means attending lunches on “company” time.
There is something far more rewarding about seeing tangible results in the form of a painted wall or a planted tree or a completed house than fake smiles and handshakes.