"Whistle While You Work"
In 1937, Frank Churchill and Larry Morey joined forces and wrote the quickly, and still, well-known song, "Whistle While You Work." Snow White, voiced by Adriana Caselotti, made the song famous. If you've seen the movie, you can picture fawns, squirrels, and birds joining in with Miss White as she tidies up the house or perhaps from later on in the film when Sleepy, Doc, Happy, and the remaining four dwarfs whistle and sing their newly-learned tune.
Now unless you office by yourself or, due to COVID, you are officing at home, I suggest that you refrain from actually whistling - as your neighbor will soon grow weary of your wind-powered tune. However, try to keep whistling and singing in your heart. Recall the theme verse of The Ordinary Way.
Notice the inclusion of "going-to-work." Your work is an opportunity for worship. Here are a few ways to make it so . . .
BTW, I'm not calling your co-workers "pagans." :-)
You don't work with squirrels, or seven dwarfs; but with whomever you work - even if it is completely by yourself - place your "going-to-work" life before God as an offering. And, every once in a while, whistle. Maybe even sing the whole song.
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