How many choices do you make in a day?

From deciding whether or not to hit the snooze button to what (un)reasonable time we put ourselves to bed, our lives are an endless series of choices, with any number of impacts on ourselves and others. What goes into these decisions?
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The Great Work of Our Time?

Is there a vital task that confronts the human species at this juncture in time – some Great Work that, if you participated in it, you would feel you were on the right side of history? Surely the world is in need of reform. There are a host of issues that cry out for our attention – climate change, racism and xenophobia, migration, income inequality . . . . But which is the Great Work that calls to us in this moment – as individuals and as a congregation? Or, do we perhaps need a larger frame for the question?