PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, June 27th, 2007 by Dan Millman in EVERYDAY ENLIGHTENMENT

“Those who view money as an incidental benefit of work they enjoy for its own sake seem to be the most satisfied with their lives. As yourself this: ‘If I had enough money to live on for the rest of my life, what would I do with my time?’ When you have the answer, find work in that area if you can. If you became wealthy and would nevertheless spend some of your time doing just what you now do for a living, you are fortunate indeed.

Every kind of work that provides a service has innate meaning. It doesn’t have to make you famous, or dispense charity, or be connected directly to healing or spiritual teaching. If you provide a helping hand, whether behind the counter of a grocery store, building automobiles, cleaning someone’s home, doing market research, mowing lawns, working in sales, or practicing law, your work, and the relationships you develop with the people you meet through it, can shed light and provide a vehicle of transformation.”

Dan Millman, in “Everyday Enlightenment”

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