Knowing where one fits into the scheme of things is an activity that seems to mean a lot to many of us who live in a class conscious society.
Shouldn’t it be enough to wake up in the morning, face the world and go about one’s business without having to take on a layer of identity that tells others how to assess your character?
What does breeding have to do with competence, laziness, wisdom or foolhardiness? This malaise often gets in the way of service delivery.
In focusing on well being, one has more time and energy to make the most of life.
It would be interesting to observe what happens when trifling preoccupations of this sort are cast away, to see if a person can thrive in such a society without adhering to rules that are absorbed through conditioning.