…Holy indifference….St. Ignatious of Loyola describes it as
…A complete indifference with regard to all created things, not preferring health to sickness, riches to poverty, honor to humiliation, a long life to a short one…
The concept is that one accepts things just the way they are…being respectful, accepting, reverent…yet holy.
It is the spiritual equivalent of being peaceful with what you get rather than seeking happiness in getting what you want…
How does this apply to your job search…well, it teaches you to accept the rejection, refusal, neglect and disrespect you perceive you are getting from companies and individuals you are trying to go to work for…folks you have interviewed with …who have lied to you about getting back to you…about hiring you…with holy indifference.
You do your best at getting interviews, performing well on them, selling yourself as hard as you can…then accepting the results with grace, and, yes…holy indifference..
It makes looking for a job a lot easier…soon you focus on the process and not the result…you even accept a new job with holy indifference.