By Gary Gach
Do you live to work, or work to live? The question is on my mind because, this winter, a friend of mine said to her husband she missed seeing him, he spent so much time at the office. He told her sincerely that he was sorry, and that once he finished his large project at work, in the spring, they’d spend more time together at home. Moreover, they’d go on a long overdue vacation together, with their kids. Right after finishing his project, he fell very ill. This spring, she buried him.
So I'd like to explore in this month's Deeper Wealth our attitude towards work. Coming to grips with the tragedy, I realize men do tend to identify more with their jobs and what they do, than women, who tend to identify themselves in terms of their family and friends, and who they are. And, yes, Americans tend to ... Log in or subscribe to continue reading.