An old but very certain sentence reads as follows: work dignifies. This adage is absolutely true because making a work we can develop our intellect and our physical and mental abilities. Practicing an activity that requires our effort.(Paperboy, surgeon, engineer, firefighter job) are helping us to ourselves to be better and feel good and very happy for what he has done. With the work we express what we feel, what we long for, we can express our ideas, develop creativity and the knowledge we have and more and more we become important human beings for our family as well as the society in which we live. The work is a means that man has to achieve your personal development, your family and the social set in which they live (working in supermarkets, in hospitals, in offices, in banks). It is a basic right of the human being, that allows you to grow with dignity.
Since man is man he had work to subsist. In the beginning, maybe your work is it limited to hunting and fishing, tasks which over time was adding variety in function of improving their quality of life. So you will have discovered agriculture to start working the land and get her numerous fruits, and with the passing of the centuries several developments began to mean more work but also greater wellbeing: with several job offers he built dwellings, created means of locomotion, was organized in society and continued working to empower these societies of renewed benefits and continue contributing to their well-being. Numerous discoveries and inventions have contributed to its growth, and already in the modern era a great technological progress was thanks to the use of energy from the steam, in what was called the Industrial Revolution. This revolution was not anything other than the appearance of large factories between 1760 and 1830 (mostly in England), which resulted in the emergence of a hitherto non-existent social group as such: the working class. Today, when still inequalities in the world of workers (drivers, nurses, vendors, policemen) and serious situations is important to keep this one of the concepts that the Pope Juan Pablo II capsized in the Encyclical Laborens Exercens, about the dignity of work: the first Foundation of the value of the work is the same man, his subject. Frank Armijo has many thoughts on the issue. This is immediately linked a consequence of ethical nature: is true that man is destined and called to work; but, above all, the work is based on man and not man in relation to the work original author and source of the article