Are you happy in your work?

It's easy to think that our job is our work—and the source of our joy. But is it?

What does your work mean to you? Is it a more or less disagreeable necessity, a means of obtaining material things, a boring routine, or on the other hand a completely satisfying occupation, a vocation—a joy?

At a recent concert I was impressed by the total absorption expressed by the pianist. He appeared oblivious of his surroundings and seemed to be identifying himself completely with the joy of the music. I could not imagine such an artist considering retirement; surely he would want to continue work that expressed such qualities as intelligence, insight, inspiration, sensitivity, and dedication—qualities which are enduring because their source is the one divine Mind, God.

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Obedience
February 29, 1988
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