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Enter the code in the box below. With unflinching candor, John Burnham Schwartz lends his voice to the generations of women who have silently sacrificed their lives inside the palace walls.

Questions and Topics for Discussion 1. Because Haruko is a commoner, not a peeress, the Crown Prince chooses to break with tradition in selecting her to be his bride.

What is Dr. Before her wedding, Haruko stares at her own face in a mirror that once belonged to her grandmother. When she light-heartedly asks her father if he will be happy when she is gone, he replies with great seriousness.

Haruko finds him staring at the mirror she has left behind. What is the significance of the mirror Haruko chose not to include in her trousseau? Why do her parents ultimately urge her to accept her new life with courage? We work because we have to make a living. Sure, but is that it? Of course not. When you ask people who are fulfilled by their work why they do the work they do, money almost never comes up.

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The list of nonmonetary reasons people give for doing their work is long and compelling. Satisfied workers are engaged by their work.

They lose themselves in it. Not all the time, of course, but often enough for that to be salient to them. Satisfied workers are challenged by their work.

It forces them to stretch themselves—to go outside their comfort zones. These lucky people think the work they do is fun, often in the way that doing crossword puzzles or Sudoku is fun.

Why else do people work?

Satisfied people do their work because they feel that they are in charge. Their workday offers them a measure of autonomy and discretion. And they use that autonomy and discretion to achieve a level of mastery or expertise.

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They learn new things, developing both as workers and as people. Finally, these people are satisfied with their work because they find what they do meaningful. Potentially, their work makes a difference to the world. Of course, few occupations have all these features, and none, I suspect, have all these features all the time.With unflinching candor, John Burnham Schwartz lends his voice to the generations of women who have silently sacrificed their lives inside the palace walls.

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