A student approached the Zen master with a strained look on his face. “Master,” he said, “I am afraid I need to leave and seek my fortune. What is the best job in the world? And what do I need to do to get that job?” The master thought for a second and replied, “Look about you. Do you not see the sky above your head? Do you not feel the ground beneath your feet? Do you not taste the air in your lungs and the moisture on your tongue? The ‘best job in the world’ is truly understanding the elements that surround you and your place in them.” The student was moved. “So, something in the environmental sciences?”
What's the best job in the world? What do I need to do to get that job?