Finding Passion in What We Do

May 13, 2021 pwm1

The superstition that all of our hours of work are a minus quantity in the happiness of life, and that all of the hours of idleness are plus ones, is a most ludicrous and pernicious doctrine. It stems from a lack of effort to make work as near pleasure as it can be.

—Lord Arthur Balfour, former Prime Minister of the UK (Library of Congress; Public Domain)

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