If May Day is celebrated as an ordinary day, then it is unfair. It is a day for workers – the nurse, the writer, the teacher, the farmer, the comedian, the roadside vendor, the nanny, the bus driver, the bricklayer, the guard, the coach, the artiste, the waiter, the leader, the servant, the herder, the student, the policeman, whether the job is productive or reproductive. These are extraordinary people whose true worth shouldn’t be judged by monetary income.
Happy Workers’ Day!!!