I am grateful for my job and income. It allows me to support my family in a comfortable life-style and make donations to charity to support others less fortunate. My adult sons appreciate that my income can keep them supplied in beer when they come home to visit. It also gives me some place to go when my sons come home ;-)
I'm entirely grateful for my job and my love for my job. The hours are flexible, I'm teaching on a regular basis, there is training for future positions, I'm learning a lot about management and research, etc.
Speaking of stability, I am grateful I should say. The lack of freedom is also the enemy of being employed. But as long as I am happy with my job, I forget the strict rules and etc.
Stability weighs more than seeking freedom.
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