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"What is work? What is beyond work? Even some seers see this not aright. I will teach thee the truth of pure work, and this truth shall make thee free. Know therefore what is work, and also what is wrong work. And know also of a work that is silence: mysterious is the path of work. The person who in her work finds silence, and who sees that silence is work, this person in truth sees the Light and in all her works finds peace. One whose undertakings are free from anxious desire and fanciful thought, whose work is made pure in the fire of wisdom: that one is called wise by those who see. In whatever work she does such a person in truth has peace: she expects nothing, relies on nothing, and ever has fullness of joy...
He is glad with whatever God gives him and has risen beyond the two contraries here below; he is without jealously, and in success or in failure is one: his works bind him not. He has attained liberation: is free from all bonds, his mind has found peace in wisdom, and his work is a holy sacrifice.
The work of such a person is pure."
- Bhagavad Gita, translated by Juan Mascaro (62, 63)
Dana Wyss Healing Arts
Breathe deeply, practice often, be well.