(I apologize for the crude wording. I'm a product of my generation. I'll consider an edit before I use it from the pulpit.)
Sometimes the hardest, ickiest, most challenging work you do, whether it's home or career or church, is the most meaningful - the stuff that truly transforms you, those around you, and your systems.
That doesn't make it any less hard, icky, or challenging, though.
Well, maybe a little bit, if you realize how sacred it is while you're in the midst of it.
How are you a better person for doing something that, oh gosh, you really did not want to do?