The Vision of the ideal guards monotony of work from becoming monotony of life. (Brooke Westcott, Anglican Bishop and theologian)
You may find your work boring because of its repetitiveness—watching products flow through an assembly line and adding your little part time after time after time. To be alert in such work, you have to visualize the end products. You’re not just adding an insignificant small part, you’re building something of value. Keep your eyes on the end goal.
Not that I have already . . . arrived at my goal, but I press on . . . toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me. (Philippians 3:12, 14)