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Most adults spend the majority of our waking hours engaged in paid and unpaid work. Yet how often do we stop to ask: What makes work meaningful? Do we include our caregiving roles in how we think about vocation? In times of overwhelm, it can be difficult to nurture a sense of vocation beyond just trying to survive. How do our notions of "being called" help or hinder us in understanding our work as participation with God’s work in the world?