- How well do you remember that experience?
- Do you remember the purpose of the work?
- How often did your efforts teeter on the brink of failure?
- How many times were you surprised by someone's ingenuity, or your own?
- And now, long after it's over, how do you feel about those with whom you shared this experience?
"What motivates soldiers in combat is not hatred of their enemy, but love for their comrades."Wheatley said a lot in this part of Turning to One Another.
- "When we work for the common good, we experience each other in new ways. ... We focus on the work, not on each other" (p. 130).
- "[W]hen we serve others, we gain more than hope. We gain energy" (p. 131).