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Sisyphus, the most proletarian of the Gods

The Sisyphus myth being his condemnation to an eternal task of pushing a boulder up a hill
Image result for sisyphusImage result for sisyphusto find that once he has reached the top, the boulder rolls down and he has to start again.

 Camus argue, that after the rock comes tumbling down, confirming the ultimate futility of his project, Sisyphus trudges after it once again. This “is the hour of consciousness. At each of those moments when he leaves the heights and gradually sinks towards the lairs of the gods, he is superior to his fate. He is stronger than his rock”

Sisyphus, the most proletarian of the gods, he does not give in to futilit he rolls his sleeve up and  starts again - all in a day's work.
a days work

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