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  • Prayer does not use up artificial energy,
    doesn't burn up any fossil fuel, doesn't
    pollute. Neither does song, neither does
    love, neither does the dance.

    Margaret Mead





    Anthropologist Margaret Mead once said that your ideal career is whatever you would pay someone to let you do.

    So I often ask myself: "What do I love so much, what am I so passionate about, what is so deeply fulfilling to me that I would actually pay someone to let me do?"

    And what about YOU?

    What would you pay someone to let you do?

    Think! Pray! Explore!






    (Photograph by Alex in the EXPLORE IT ! Career Development Center in the virtual 3-D world of Second Life)
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