Work is important to every human being. Work provides us with a livelihood. Work becomes part of our identity. Work ties directly to our self-image. All work is valuable work. Our work links to others in numerous ways. When we view our work as important, we begin to grasp a sense of the meaning of our lives. My dad, for example, was a shoe work, bartender, and janitor. His work provided footwear for people. Drinks for those relaxing after work. And, a clean environment for people to work in. His work was valuable. He was important to a lot of people in just the same way your work is important to a lot of people.
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