“Anti-work” is probably the wrong phrase. “Anti-ambition” isn’t right either. Because I think both work and ambition are integral parts of the human experience. I think we all have an innate desire to change, evolve, do more than we’ve already done. We crave novelty even at our most content, and I think that speaks to humanity on a fundamental level: We are creatures of the natural world, where stasis is antithetical to life itself. But so often our modern ambitions are commercially driven—more currency, more recognition, more productivity—and thus don’t address what we might think of as our instinctual or intuitive needs. The result is a kind of striving that is externally motivated, often exploited, and untethered to our experience of genuine wholeness. It’s no surprise it doesn’t hold up when shit gets real. —
If you think about it, all is reduced to memory.
Our experience, and the way we perceive and interact with the world is all there. The set of information (memories, feelings, traumas, knowledge, etc.) everyones have, make their unique and creates de "ego".
Some people goes carrying things (feelings, people, an experience, places, knowledge, etc.) that they cannon forget, and other one's goes searching something they forgot or lost, that's the memory game. Be conscious about what you learn and unlearn make the difference, and improving/knowing your memory makes it easy to play this memory game.