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"more golf clubs and tennis rackets than hammers and other tools on Marco"
Yes. The people of Marco had better be careful."Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God." (matthew 19-24) Anyway:“We were built by God".Since the messianic origins connected with each religious doctrine are only valid within their own scripture; would you mind supplying some OBJECTIVE evidence that human beings were "built by a god".
Since you have not done so, then any claim that the virtue of work is the function of this god; -is as of this writing; -invalid.
You see:The Nativity Scene says that Jesus was the savior, and the Menorah says (or represents) NO; he WASN'T the savior, and that Christ was a messianic hoax.
These are ABSOLUTES to both Jews and Christians.
So within the framework of these two absolutes; Christianity is a POSITIVE with regard to the savior, and Judaism is a NEGATIVE with regard to the SAME savior.
A absolute positive and an absolute negative cancel each other out to a net value of ZERO.
So you see: The combined messianic absolutes of Christianity and Judaism adds up to NOTHING.
So you cannot espouse virtue of labor as a function of something which has not yet been proven to exist.
However; I do agree with you that "hard work" benefits the Human Species.
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