When one has an internal sense of something, what is happening – what’s going on in the space between the molecules? If the human soul is comprised of the mind, will and emotion and the conscience is part of one’s spirit, it seems likely that this sensing is found among these four elements. Though at some level, biochemistry is involved, the sense, the thought, the idea, the longing, the emptiness is clearly metaphysical, but nonetheless real. This sense, however, does not obviate the potential for the biological (physical) expressions thereof. How one processes and reacts to these feelings is clearly a function of one’s worldview.
What do we think about our employment? Is it something we have to do to fund our enjoyment or is it something we would do for any reasonable compensation because it brings us joy? Assuming there is some income associated with that work, what does one do with it? Let’s look at the various aspects of work in more detail, and how one’s worldview impacts that work and its outcomes.
Nature gets lots of press these days – laws of nature, human nature, natural foods, , natural resources, natural selection, et. al. We’ll talk about these and one more – “mother nature”. Here’s an interesting thought to ponder as you read on – are we part of nature or do we just exist in it? Once again, we’ll see how our worldview matters.