We all know what a workaholic is: someone who overworks or who uses work as a kind of drug. A joy-aholic is someone who approaches his work with joy and enthusiasm. Kahlil Gibran says, "Work is love made visible." We don't have to dread going to work and spend our time daydreaming about our next vacation. The work we are given to do in this life can be a great blessing to us— giving us the opportunity to discover and express our creative gifts to our world. Enzo Ferrari, the great Italian car builder, was once prevailed upon by his family to take a month's vacation. At the end of the first week, Ferrari was discovered back in his garage working feverishly on a new car engine. "This," he said, with joy, "is my vacation."