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Many people define themselves by their jobs. When we meet someone new we often ask, “So what do you do?” As if being an accountant or a lawyer or an Indian chief tells us much of anything about the person’s core. Instead of “what do you do?”, shouldn’t we be asking “what do you care about?”
Raymond C. Shea

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