Let us rejoice in our work; let us rejoice that we have the strength and capacity for work, and let us increase that strength and capacity by unremitting labor.
Whatever our work may be, it is noble and will be perceived by the world as noble, if we perform it in a noble spirit.
The virtuous do not despise any labor which falls to their lot; and he who works and faints not, who is faithful, patient, and uncomplaining even in the time of poverty, he will surely, at last, eat the sweet fruits of his labor; yea, even while he labors and seems to fail, happiness will be his constant companion, for, “Blessed is the man that has found his work; let him ask no other Blessedness.”
Have you found your work? Not necessarily what you do to make a living but purpose.
Word of the week: Work – an activity involving mental or physical effort done in order to achieve a purpose or result.
Speaking With a Purpose: “I help you bridge the gap between … Where you are versus where you want to be.” My ultimate goal – help you become a better you!