Wednesday, December 10, 2008

DO I LOVE MY WORK?



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t would be very unrealistic for us to expect work to be problem-free. In a multi-cultural working environment, bless be day when you won't be affected by the antics and idiosyncrasies of the people around you. There is never a day that you won't get annoyed by their behavior, especially if you are a sensitive type of person. What had been a joy became a process filled with pain.

Contrary to the way we may feel sometimes work itself is not a curse. When we learn to see it properly, we realize that in almost every job there is way of working for with God. We need to understand that the perfect life is not a work-free existence. Work is a part of our daily life. Our sense of personal worth is closely connected to a feeling that we are accomplishing something purposeful with our lives. Because of that, work and a satisfying life are inseparable. Unfortunately, work doesn't always give us that sense of satisfaction. What should be personally fulfilling is more often a drain on us physically, mentally, spiritually, and emotionally.



4 comments:

Ramon 3381@yahoo.com said...

Do I love my work? If your work is appreciated, yes! Pero kung ala lang, talagang nakaka-im!

MonMon said...

As you said, "toxic boss", dito di lang boss ang toxic, pati mga officemates. Mafi mowk!

ChingMon said...

And when a stupid colleague pesters you almost everyday with his stupidity, what do you do?

ChingMon said...

And when a stupid colleague pesters you almost everyday with his stupidity, what do you do?