enjoyment as possible. This is where the spiritual aspect comes in....
We can choose the living death which is an occupation that sucks dogs balls. This occupation is usually the one people settle on to earn the cash to pay the man. It is spiritually devoid because the point of the job is striving for money which is always unfulfilling even if it seems needful.
We can choose an occupation that provides appropriate stimulus in life, feeds our interests and just so happens to pay the bills as well.
I'm currently in the former, earning $100k per year. Let me tell you, no amount of $$ makes up for the soul destroying experience which is purely earning money. Happily I foresaw this situation and have diligently saved, plotted and set myself up to the point where I can now retire. I will not hold another job.
My choice is now to do what feeds my soul. While I will no longer work for others I will work long and arduous days doing what stimulates me and brings in money too. I have no intention of ever going on permanent vacation in this lifetime. Studies have shown that people who do so usually die within 5yrs. Boredom gets them in the end. Work is spiritual because it prevents the comatose existence which is the pervading thought that you are somehow redundant or useless.
Just remember though, no-one said you had to do something that makes you want to poke your eyeballs with a fork, just to earn money.