Labor is ennobling but drudgery is benumbing.  Man has most selfishly chosen the more agreeable work, leaving the routine drudgery to woman. 
In the spiritual world there is no such thing as menial work; all service is sacred and exhilarating; neither do the higher orders of beings look down upon the lower orders of existence.  Religion ennobles the commonplace drudgery of daily living. We should do oour work, therefore, from this time on, as for God.