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Word of the Day

Day 6 – February 4, 2016

But Jehu was not careful to walk in the law of the Lord, the God of Israel, with all his heart. 692 more words


What I Learned From Being a Workaholic

I have a bit of a problem, I work way too much than I probably should. I won’t go into details here, but suffice to say people call me crazy and wonder how I do it. 1,006 more words


Can't Slow Down Enough

“We get such a kick out of looking forward to pleasures and rushing ahead to meet them that we can’t slow down enough to enjoy them when they come,” 1,168 more words

Worldly Whorls

A Ball of Energy

I love this feeling – to allow the flames of passion to consume me, to sprint so fast toward the finish line to the extent that I feel limitless is invigorating. 983 more words


Hoarding and Sharing Work

I’ve been very interested in Jensen’s notions of the difference between the divine economy and the economy we actually live in.  The crucial point of difference seems to be between an economy of scarcity and an economy of abundance.   589 more words

Workaholism-Societies Favorite Money Disorder.

The first money disorder we examined was relatively easy to detect. Workaholism on-the-other-hand is pretty difficult to convince people of being a disorder because it is so socially accepted. 700 more words

Invest In Yourself

Will I ever be able to work again? What happens after long-term sick leave.

OCD and depression made me unable to perform my job. I was no longer able to function on a day-to-day basis. Put together, my sick leave and the time I then stayed off work (after resigning, resting, and then looking for a new job) equates roughly a year. 3,105 more words

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