Kahlil Gibran once said that work is love made visible. Do we love what we do in this life? Then we are bound to prosper. How could we not prosper and thrive if through our work in the world we are expressing the joy of life. I was recently listening to a jazz trio at the St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco. The three musicians were so obviously in tune with each other they were as if melded together to form a center of harmony through which their music could joyously erupt. Even though the room in which they were playing was busy with people coming and going, some them paying hardly any attention to the music, these three musicians were so focussed, so wedded to their art that their ecstatic smiles never noticed anything but the joy of their music-making— thousands of listeners could have been there or no one— it was all the same to these three wonder-makers.