Spirit at Work: Finding Meaning and Purpose

Human Resources

“It was total bliss, as if everything was perfect, which it was… I was feeling as if I was “in the moment” not being hurried by tasks, deadlines or activities, but by a connection with a greater source that had a wonderful effect on the workplace at that moment. It was genuine, authentic, and everything seemed to make sense and I actually felt like I saw a much bigger picture of work and how all the various aspects fit into one.”

— As described by a person with high spirit at work

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