Work is a way of bringing order to chaos, and there's a basic satisfaction in seeing that we are able to make something a little more coherent by the end of the day.
On paper, being good sounds great but a lot depends on the atmosphere of the workplace or community we live in. We tend to become good or bad depending on the cues sent out within a particular space.
When I'm writing, I write all day. Other days, I sit around thinking. Or I run around from one meeting to another, out in the world. It varies, and I like that.
I like the values associated with a medical family - common sense, being practical but also thoughtful.
The best cure for one's bad tendencies is to see them fully developed in someone else.
I went to church and couldn't swallow it. The music was nice but I don't belong there.