Getting along with the office "family"

Spending eight hours a day, five days a week, in an office with the same people can lead to "close encounters" of the pleasant—or unpleasant—kind, depending on how we identify ourselves and them.

If we look at our work situation from a material, mortal standpoint, we may see an office, assembly line, corporation, or department store with any number of beings, each with an independent but finite mind capable of mistakes, irritability, or fatigue. It may appear that such a mind is ours, too.

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