WARNING- A different workload
Today is Sukkot a Jewish Holiday where we are to recognize that G-D protects our walls and as such, we create a primitive to dwell in over a 7 day period; that is at least according to my interpretation. One of the requirements for this holiday is not to do LABORIOUS “work” which gives me G-D willing some leeway. How I define that as work that is I’m not permitted to do work above my normal “pay grade”. So I will still go to work and fulfill all my basic “chores” but not seek extra work that I normally strive to do. Trust me this is harder than you might think for a person like me not in the sense of lifting but one who has a type “A” personality. I’m already feeling guilty for arriving at work after Shul. Balancing my secular work and the one of faith is something that is very confusing but adding the word “LABORIOUS” makes it a bit easier for me to pull.
P.S.- Laborious Work= requiring much work, exertion, or perseverance: a laborious undertaking. characterized by or requiring extreme care and much attention to detail: laborious research. characterized by or exhibiting excessive effort, dullness, and lack of spontaneity; labored: a strained, laborious plot