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Advice on Work and Meaning: The Lunch Pail Manifesto

 

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May 4, 2014

For those of you who caught my post some months ago about Steven Pressler’s new book, Turning Pro, here is a useful guide to meaning and work from the website of his publisher, Black Irish Books.

The Lunch Pail Manifesto
  1. We must find the work that brings our lives meaning.
  2. We must strive to make our work purposeful, truthful, and authentic, a pure offering to our Muse and fellow human beings.
  3. We must wage a lifelong war with Resistance and accept that instant gratification is an oxymoron.
  4. We must not speak of our work with false modesty or braggadocio.
  5. We must not debase our work for short term gain nor elevate it above its rightful station to inflate our ego.
  6. We must not covet the fruits of our work, or the fruits of others’ work.
  7. We must respect others’ work and offer aid to fellow professional laborers.
  8. We must accept that our work will never be perfect.
  9. We must accept that our work will never be without merit.
  10. We must accept that our work will never cease.
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