Work and life ethos statements orient one to purpose or fundamental understanding.

Consists of two statements, about 250 words each. The work view discusses one’s view of work is—what’s it for, how it relates to others, what good or worthwhile work is, and how growth and fulfillment are involved. The life view takes on understanding of life and “matters of ultimate concern”—life’s purpose, relationship to others and society, defining good and evil, defining the transcendent and how one relates to it, and the role of joy, sorrow, justice, injustice, love, peace, and strife in life. Review provides insight 6C1B1. Part of core intent 0G2F. Work versus play definition 6C1B2.

  • Life design methodology 6C1.
  • Personal artifacts 6E1.