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Clair Leitney



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PostPosted: Fri Apr 14, 2017 11:08 am    Post subject: doing what you love Reply with quote

I think there were some great points that depending on one's circumstances they may be forced to work performing a job that they do not entirely love. There is however always positive points that one can derive from an unpleasant situation. Such as the Dad that worked a job his entire life that he hated. "poor poor attitude" and I am sure that disseminated to his family, and I find it hard to believe he did a great job. Instead he could have turned it around and said I love what I am doing and that is making it possible for all of my children to attend College. He may not have enjoyed the actual work, but the ulterior motive is quite commendable. The young children who are getting up at 5:00 AM to work delivering papers, may not love getting up at 5:00 AM, but again they should love that they are contributing to their family and making sure that their family is being provided for " I love that I am able to help my parents so my brothers and sisters all have enough food to eat." I am a strong advocate of people utilizing their gifts to do what they can to be happy. It may not be their first job, but they can always find volunteer positions that will allow them to use their gifts until they can break into that field. Why would anyone in their right mind work for 40 years at a job they hate? So I disagree that people should work at a job forever that they hate. There is no good that will come of this.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 10:30 am    Post subject: Courtlaud Concern Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 10:31 am    Post subject: Courtlaud Concern Reply with quote

The Courtauld concern, the first maker of Prime Assignment rayon, thought of a changed procedure for the material in the mid to create Tinsel. Tinsel has numerous better properties over rayon, yet is still created from biomass feedstocks, and its make is exceptionally perfect by the guidelines of plastic generation.
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clinton Loomis



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PostPosted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:13 am    Post subject: Love to teach Reply with quote

From an early age I just want to be a teacher when I was in school I just loved to teach my friends all the day. In exams week my all friends come to me for help and I always ready for doing it and now it becomes my profession to provide coursework help to students. and I'm loving this profession .Thanks to Almighty to give me the profession I love to work on.
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