If I have been charitable in my judgments of my fellow man; if I have tried to help him as best I could; if I have done my utmost to truly understand him, I know why I have taken this course - I could not help it.
I could have had no comfort or peace of mind if I had acted any other way. I have been interested in the study of man, and the motives that move and control his life.
I have rejoiced with him, and have grieved with him, I have followed my instincts and sought to rescue the suffering when I could.
Clarence Seward Darrow
The Buddhists have a term they use to describe the process of comfortably meshing our core values with the way we make our living. They refer to it as the process of finding a right livelihood.