Too often we are forced to do work that only sustains us and does not win out wants. How we combine the work into winning is the complex conundrum that fascinates few and frustrates many.
One secret to winning your wants with your work is to be dedicated to the purpose of the work and to see its higher elevation in the aspect of the world even if that viewpoint is not encouraged or sought out by employers or those you are serving.
It is our moral duty to find joy in the work we do because, in the end, all work wins our wants, and to suffer for even a moment in the performance of that necessary social interaction is to weaken the warp and the woof that tethers us together.
Work doesn’t always mean an even exchange for the job and the payment in the cold terms of the deal.
Sometimes we are forced to create our own warmer currency and attach to it a higher value within us even if the marketplace is not able to sustain our going exchange rate.
How do you handle doing a job that displeases you?
Do you hold your nose and “just get it done?”
Or do you try to create a joy within the misery to protect your spirit and salvage your good intentions?