urpose Work activity at some point largely defines who we are; and “labor” helps define what we desire to do. One of the fears to be overcome with career choices and competition for jobs has to do with distinguishing “work” from “labor”. Work is what we do by the hour, for money. Labor is harder to quantify… Writing a poem, doing a Sideline, raising a child, invention in all forms — these are labors that point to fun or meaning.
Work is activity we willfully do in order to make money for basic needs, which can also be exciting or exhausting. Labor, as in “labor of love” is much more passion driven – about intrinsic rewards that can derive from having a part-time Sideline. Ironically, perhaps, when the labor we put into our sideline is also directed at pleasing others, income will likely follow – and sometimes much more than we ever imagined.
Lewis Hyde on Work vs. Labor

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