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The alarm clock is screaming and once again you fall out of bed, the cold floor reminding you that your eyes may be closed but you are unfortunately awake.
It’s morning and a pile of unprocessed paperwork is anxiously waiting for you at the office, or perhaps a hot stove, or maybe a quiet machine shop — soon to become quite noisy.
It’s a work day and as they say — some one’s gotta make the donuts!
Now, how many people really love to go to work in the morning? I’m not asking if someone merely tolerates their job. I mean, how many of us truly love the work we do? How many people go through the workday and find themselves thinking, “I couldn’t be happier if I were a mushroom in a shady cow barn?”
Of course, exactly how happy mushrooms are could be a subject of debate. Then again, they do seem to have a lot of fungi.
My point is though, how many of us get to do what we really love?
Well, call me crazy (but don’t call me Ismael), but I really do love my job. This hasn’t always been the case and looking back, I sometimes regret not going into teaching earlier in life.
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