Since the end of human action, as distinct from the end products of fabrication, can never be reliably predicted, the means used to achieve political goals are more often than not of greater relevance to the future world than the intended goals.” – Hannah Arendt

Taken in context of the current world, look at the consequences of the economic policies being forced on the world today all in the name of wanting to achieve perpetual “economic growth” at all costs (including human lives.)

Economic growth that excludes the people themselves, is not the kind of economic growth we should be trying to achieve, as it’s unsustainable. Growth that includes more jobs and wage increases, that’s the type growth we should be looking at, and that’s the type of growth that’s actually sustainable.

Source: Quote by Hannah Arendt: “Since the end of human action, as distinct from…”

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