Most traditionally raised, trained, and ordained clergy think of ministry in functional categories. Our evolution from one function to another is driven by many different circumstances. But notice how a self-understanding defined by function forces a kind of dualism or "schizophrenia" in our lives as we try to separate "work" and "personal" time ... tenaciously protecting our day off, etc. Once we understand the identities of spiritual leadership, we begin to see why that struggle for personal time can be so severe and difficult. How we function as a leader ... and who we are as a leader ... can be two very very different things.