Is it the job that occupies a large percentage of your daily time, the job you dreamed of? Or is it a job you met by chance?
How much better would it be if you could enjoy that job, find it rewarding, feel that you are making use of your talents, and wake up in the morning excited about your day?

And somewhere in the back of our mind we believe this.
If we found a job where we could use our talents, those days would surely come.
In those days when we are chased by fatigue whether we get up or not, we begin to doubt that it is because we are in the wrong place doing the wrong thing.
We asked Christine, SITH Ho’oponopono instructor and accountant, how to find fulfillment and if not having fulfillment is a bad thing.

Christine Leimakamae Chu attended her first Ho’oponopono class in 1998 and currently teaches classes in the United States and Canada. She is raising three children, working as an accountant, and practicing Ho’oponopono daily in her parenting and in her work. Click here to read an interview with Christine


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