Unwavering love

The Christian Science Monitor

Recently there has been a lively debate over terminology that would divide women between those whose primary commitment is their children and those who have careers outside the home.

The other day as I was thinking about this, it occurred to me that an interesting aspect of the debate is the recognition of the value of commitment. Both business and home see the value of a totally committed worker—one who cares for the issues, the product, or the child, above personal concerns. Both recognize the value of giving full attention to important matters.

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