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Your job

Your job is not your identity. Your job is not your family.
Your job will not be there for you in the bad times.

Your job is a place where you trade time for money.

Nothing more. Your job may use terms like family and try to build work relationships into friendships or beyond. But it’s just work.

At the end of the day, you should be able to leave that job, go home and think about other things. Your job should not follow you around as you lay in bed or walk in the park. Your job isn’t dating you. It’s not going to marry you and make commitments to have and hold to honor and love.

Your job is a place where you trade time for money.

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