"Factory or farm, individuals need a sense of belonging in their work, a conversation with something larger than themselves, a felt participation, and a touch of spiritual fulfillment and the mysterious generative nature of that fulfillment. . . .
To set out boldly in our work is to make a pilgrimage of our labors, to understand that the consumation of work lies not only in what we have done, but who we have become while accomplishing the task . . .
We must never mistake a good career for good work."
He adds that Spirit is the wind, propelling our purpose and place in the world, and we are sails, each of us a unique shape with our own path. "As an individual, you simply need to present some surface area to life." Be open to where the wind moves you. Even though you are resistant or afraid, turn your sail to the wind.