BEST of PONDER on THIS for Monday, February 20th, 2012 by Kent Nerburn in LETTERS TO MY SON

“What you need to do is think of work as “vocation.” This word may seem stilted in its tone, but it has a wisdom within it. It comes from the Latin word for calling, which comes from the word for voice. In those meanings it touches on what work really should be. It should be something that calls to you as something you want to do, and it should be something that gives voice to who you are and what you want to say to the world.”  

                     Kent Nerburn, in “Letters to My Son”

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I would rather let God define my life than spend a lifetime trying to define God.”

           – the late Rev. Bob G. Sills

Compiler’s Note: A hearty “thank you” to author John St. Augustine for sharing this bonus message today.

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