So often I find myself working to meet other people's expectations—my boss, my coworkers, my family—instead of my own. This can be a good thing, particularly when my standards aren't as high as they should be, but it can be hard to take satisfaction in doing something just to get it done.
We are made in the image of a great Artist. It's built into us to want to create—to make things that are good, useful, and beautiful. Our work is—or at least can be—an outlet for this desire, even if it just looks like changing a tire.
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TRANSCRIPT: A friend of mine had a flat tire and stopped at a country gas station. The attendant patched the tire and put it back on the car. And as the fellow tightened the last lug nut, my friend heard him say, "Another good job done by me."
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