Readers share insights on the elusive 'one thing'

Hetrick, Bruce
May 2006
Indianapolis Business Journal;5/15/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p54
The article focuses on the quality of life and sense of fulfillment of people in Indiana. Some individuals found solace in meditation or reading in a silent and safe private space. Other people were called to ministry because God has plans for their lives. Some people realized that they have obligations to improve the world around them.


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