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Work as Gift

by Tom James on 06/27/18

Let all Leaders intentionally define Work as Gift!

Let all Leaders recognize that the Supreme Being (God) gives us Personhood.

As Leaders of Persons, may we treat our Work and those of other Persons' as GIFT!

The transforming nature of this intentional definition can change our definitions of Work from “drudge,” “a curse,” “a trap,” or “what we as Leaders demand to do for wages,” to an intentional Gift exchanged between two Persons, someone with whom I work, my family, my enterprise, or my society.

NOW, my Work and those of all Persons has Meaning!

NOW, we can become part of God's plan for “renewing the Faith of the Earth,” for the blossoming of Love among all Persons now and in the future.

This definition of Work, when operational, causes the concomitant intentional value of gratitude to blossom!!!

NOW, we as Persons can recognize God's plan of the Works of Creation and Salvation as Gifts for which we are grateful now and for all eternity.

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