UPDATED: Thank you so much to all who have entered so far! The staff is impressed with your creative and insightful posts. This is your last call to enter your 14 words or 140 characters to be one of six winning entries to win a prize from the EBN editors. The contest ends Monday, August 1, so enter now!

I’ve recently fallen in love again with haikus. I haven’t thought about them much since learning about them in a grade school poetry unit, but as fate would have it, I’ve rediscovered them in the last few weeks.

I find their simplicity lovely, and it sparked an idea I had for you. No, I’m not asking you to write a haiku (although if the spirit moves you to write one, I’ll gladly read it).

Rather, I’d like to know — in similarly simplistic terms — what being a benefits professional means to you.

I’m looking for 14 words (posted in the comments) or 140 characters (posted to me on Twitter at @ebnews_editor) to finish the sentence, “Being a benefits professional means …”

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