I just started reading the book "Crossing the Unknown Sea: Work as a Pilgrimage of Identity," by David Whyte that was lent to me by a friend who knows all that I am going through right now. She was certainly correct to think that this would be a book that interests me at this time. As I mentioned in my first post I am grieving from the loss of a piece of my identity related to my work. I am only about 50 pages in and already have a few takeaways from this book.
"At its simplest, good work is work that makes sense, and
that grants sense and meaning to the one who is doing it and to those affected
Yes, I would say that I am trying to find good work.