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Taken as a whole, Proverbs 16:3 (Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and your plans will succeed) is telling us that when we genuinely devote our work to the real Boss, over time, God will transform our mindset. He’ll change the way we view management and He’ll inoculate us from compromising His will on the job.
– Michael A. Zigarelli
Management by Proverbs
I had no ambition to make a fortune. Mere money-making has never been my goal, I had an ambition to build.
– John D. Rockefeller
For comfort in the understanding that our business principles and personal ones can mesh, let us pray
If you have ever wondered if the economic principles that govern business practices are compatible with the biblical principles that govern our personal practices, consider the fact that Paul uses an opportunity-cost argument in Philippians 3:7-8.
Your job requires study, sensitivity and experience. But it bears with it a particular attention to truth, goodness and beauty. This makes us particularly close because the church exists to communicate truth, goodness and beauty ‘in person.’ It should be clear that we are all called, not to communicate ourselves, but rather truth, goodness and beauty.
– Pope Francis in a Papal Audience for Members of the Media as reported by Cathleen Falsani
The Orange County Register
For all of us, in the realization that wherever we are in our particular journey, it is a place of significance
I leave from where the Apostle arrived.
– Pope Benedict XVI
The overemphasis on politics today is an indication that people are governed, rather than governing.
– Fulton J. Sheen in the 1953 book
Way to Happiness: An Inspiring Guide to Peace, Hope and Contentment