Sisyphus | Tony Brassington

 

Sisyphus

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In ancient Greek mythology there was a king called Sisyphus (pronounced = SIS-i-fus) who angered the God Zeus. His punishment for eternity was to roll a big heavy stone to the top of a steep hill, but when he eventually reached the top, the stone always rolled back down to the bottom of the hill and he would have to start all over again. The task was an endless daily punishment.

This old story really does sound like 9 till 5 and the rat race to me.

Tony Brassington.

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