Knowing what we are passionate about gives our work meaning. Working hard is something we do for many different reasons, not all of them positive. When we work without passion, it makes us feel empty since our hard work can sometimes go unappreciated by others. Having passion for what we do, however, means that we do our work for ourselves. Passion fuels our desires and interests and gives what we do greater value as a result. Identify your passion today, and your dedication to your work will have deeper significance for you.
Volunteer and help prepare for the build sessions starting April 24. Volunteer days are the first 3 weekends of April. RSVP below. Included is a tour and a demonstration on aquaponics with free lunch. 😉
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