For the second time in 3 days, the topic of “what about painting your home?” was brought up by the president of the house of worship. His question was simple: “what about painting my home?” I think the question is great; the question itself is perfect. However, we’d never have the presidency of the house of worship if we hadn’t spoken with our congregation about it.
The president of the house of worship of our church has an office in our building, but he is not our pastor. Our pastor is a man named John, who is the president of the church. John is an awesome dude, he is hilarious, and a man that we can always rely on to make a difference in our church. The question is that how does painting your home affect John? Well, in a way, it affects our church.
It has been said that the only thing more frustrating than losing a job is the feeling of being unemployed. So the feeling of being unemployed is a good thing, but the feeling of being unemployed in your job is a really good thing. It tells us that you’re not taking no for an answer and that you have the ability to make the change that you want to make. If you have the ability to make a difference, then you have the ability to make a difference in your job.
The ability to make a difference in your job is not the same as the ability to make a difference in your church. The church is the place where faith is displayed, while the job is a practical place where faith is developed. The job where there is no faith is a job that does not have the ability to make a difference. So in other words, the difference between a job where there is faith displayed and a job where there is no faith is the difference between being unemployed and unemployed.
I was told by my pastor in a private meeting that the job market for young people was tough, but it’s not nearly as tough as it is for older people. I disagree. I think the job market for young people is actually getting tougher. What that means, is that the people who are in college are starting out as job-hoppers, but once they get into college they are no longer job-hoppers. They are job-stoppers.
I think you may have heard the news around the time of the recent increase in unemployment. For instance, it was reported by the New York Times that 6,000 people a week are dropping out of school to work full-time in the service industry. I don’t know about you, but that sounds like a major problem. The article also mentioned how in 2006 there were 9,000 college kids who dropped out because they couldn’t find full-time jobs.
I could go on and on about the importance of finding employment, but what I am going to focus on here is the importance of finding a job in the first place. As I’ve said before, you have to make the decision to drop out of school to find a job. As soon as you do, it becomes a very real possibility that you will be called back to school to try again. The most common answer to this question is “because I love school”.
While I will agree with you that the “drop out” option is the most common answer to this question, I don’t think that dropping out is the only answer. The other answer is not having to deal with the stress of trying to make a living. I have spent so much time making up stories in my head about why I dropped out that I have a very hard time getting out of bed in the morning without a major story to tell.
The good news is that we are a great deal closer than we were four years ago to being able to continue to make our living from our creative endeavors. We have all the tools to continue to make a living from our creative endeavors. We have the technology to hire people and pay them to do the work of art we want to do. We have the experience to bring the money (or credit cards, or credit cards, or loans) to the work we want to do.
What we are lacking is the money to pay people to do the work we want to do. And that’s where the bad news comes in. The good news is that we are in the process of opening a second office and are currently looking for someone to work in that office. The bad news is that we are looking for someone who can get us up and running in time to allow us to get a loan to hire people to do the work we want to do.