Lone-Self Sustainworthying

Since “sustainworthying” is

first and foremostly

“making one-self worthy-of-sustainment”
{ i.e. becoming officially eligible for
“the right to both need and obtain certain lifesupports”}

and secondly-vitally is
“collectively-cooperatively
‘co-sustainworthying’
one’s whole civilisation”

‘Lone-Self Sustainworthying’
although being ‘confined’
to Enablements-Building for living in the Lifeplace 128 hours/week [*]

is nonetheless necessary for a much wider
and more varied range and intensity of abilities
than is the Workplace’s need for skills.

[*] as distinct from Skills Training and Using in the Workplace of 40 hours/week.