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A Labor Day prayer

There are a lot of slants applied to the meaning of this long weekend.
Labor Day is one of those holidays that ends up like Jell-O at the end of a hot picnic. You can shape it about any way you want.
There are those who use it for a time to promote unions, who argue for political points, who urge us to honor workers.
And then there is the suggestion that we take some time, on this occasion to honor work itself.
That’s right.
To recognize that labor is significant, whether we are doing exactly what we want ...

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