Be Happy in your Work

John Ruskin, who believed that every one should have a sense of happiness in his work in life when doing it in the best possible way, says three things are needed to accomplish this result: "They"—men and women—"must be fit for it; they must not do too much of it, and they must have a sense of success in it—not a doubtful sense, such as needs some testimony of other people for its confirmation, but a sure sense, or rather knowledge, that so much work has been done well, and fruitfully done, whatever the world may say or think about it."

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