After I graduated from college and returned to my family’s farm for a career in growing apples, I struggled mightily with the question, “What can I do with my life to do the most good?” I was successful at growing fruit, and hungry people needed food to eat, so my career choice felt fine. But I also had neighbors suffering from disease, depression, loneliness, anger, pain, and other troubles.
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