To discern your vocation, try an immersive mission

Sullivan McCormick paced the sidewalk for 10 minutes before he had the courage to stop. Finally, leaning next to a fire hydrant on a street corner in Milwaukee, he reluctantly lifted the brown paper bag that read: “Pilgrim on a journey, need money.” His cold hand reached into the biting January air, but most passersby ignored him, or appeared to at least, and kept their eyes intent on their phones in avoidance.

Eventually a young family offered him $5, then two…

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