Saturday, March 13, 2010

Work
Your work is meant to be enjoyable for you and helpful to others.

One of the downsides of remaining in a state of unempowerment is that we are often relegated to spending our days doing things we don't really like to do.

The idea that we can't have the job we truly want runs rampant through our world, causing so many to drive long distances or to subject themselves to unhealthy working conditions for eight or more hours a day. In short, our entire view of how we look at our work needs an overhaul.
But interestingly, the overhaul that's needed isn't apt to come from the top down; the employers of the world are steeped too deeply in the status quo for us to expect them to make any drastic changes. The overhaul must come from the bottom up; it must come from you and me, standing firm and trusting that if we are to have a job that's both enjoyable for us and helpful to others that, as we Intend it, it will make itself available to us.

My Intention for today is:
I Intend that the work I am doing is both fun for me and practical for others.

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