Jean Elizabeth Seah

The Joy and Dignity of Work

No man is born into the world whose work is not born with him. – James Russell Lowell, poet Ultimately, we all have to decide

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Erin Cain

Ora et Labora

St. Benedict gives us a remarkable example of discipline. His simple motto, Ora et labora—pray and work—is still relevant to our own lives, so many centuries

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Julie Machado

Writers, Keep Writing

I saw a funny meme about writing, which said, “Being a good writer is 3% talent, 97% not being distracted by the internet”: Vanity of

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Women's Issues
J.R. Baldwin

Proverbs 31: Woman of Action

There is a great fear among women that we are being under-appreciated. It’s not that we women want all the power; we just want credit

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Bob Waruszewski

Avoiding Burnout – Rediscovering the Sabbath

In a culture always on the go, days, weeks and months blur together. We can sometimes be running so fast on the treadmill of life that we forget to stop and take a break. Sure, we might take a week…

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Rachel Zamarron

Why We Need Work

Last week  The Daily Caller broke the news feature about the Labor Department attempting  to ban farm chores. When I alerted my dad who is a life-long

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