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Date:April 06, 2014

Vocation

Think of all the different roles and types of work or substantial activities that you are called to (e.g., parent, child, friend, computer expert, worker,  co-worker, artist, writer, volunteer, neighbor…). You can elicit some of these by thinking about your most important relationships and commitments,  as well as any work for which you are paid. When most people ask the question, “How can I find balance in my life?” they are really asking, “How  can I find time for all the things that are important to me, without feeling that I’m cheating somebody in some area of my life?” The WorkShop helps  people find meaningful patterns of living that reflect their many vocations and enhance the lives of everyone around them.