“Do what you love, and you will never work a day in your life.” Enjoyment certainly makes the job easier. This is why many trades have work songs that can be sung by laborers as they work in the shop or field. Work invites levity and joy, and difficult labor does not prohibit cheerfulness.
That broken fence in yonder row has needed mending for so long.
A rather common scene in the life of a first-year humanities teacher involves the receipt of an extensive document—an instructional manual, really—which purports to be a nuanced description of “how to teach this class.”
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