Seven years ago I had a manual job working on factory lines. Pay was just enough for a single guy living at home because it demanded unskilled labor. Though, with such repetitive tasks I was able to think on spiritual things almost without interruption and still do good work. Matthew Henry observed that David's work as a shepherd was a blessing because the work gaved him much time to think on spiritual thing. Now I'm a CPA, I do taxes for a living, and we are in our busy season. My work is intellectual, and I love having such challenging work! However, my profitability depends on focus and concentration of the subject matter in a way not required before, so any time I turn my thoughts at all away from the work I'm given to do, it's a threat to my profitability--for one, lost billability, and distraction is especially bad for productivity in such cases. Doing things like listening to sermons while working is more often than not a productivity killer. At the end of some days though, you feel like your soul has again cleaved to the dust. Simple question, for fellow professionals, how do you stay spiritually minded and continually worship God throughout the day without failing to be productive? How do you continually commune with God on a day where doing things such as actively meditating or singing interfere with the ability to get your work done?