Livelihood is called the effort and employment of the individual to ensure the necessary for survival and in general for their living. Each person, therefore, makes a great effort every day so that through their work they can cover all their needs.
And while we are making great efforts without limit to meet our practical needs and even surpassing our strength many times, when we come to the issues of faith as Christians, we not only do not do the same, but instead, we avoid doing any work on these issues, thinking that these issues are not our responsibility, but someone else’s. So we, ourselves, each of us personally, cancel paths and processes that will lead us to gifts and treasures of value far beyond our everyday needs.
This practice is, at the very least, against the traditional inventiveness and the indisputable ability of our people to identify and distinguish the good and precious things from the ordinary and inexpressible ones.