What is Spiritual Well-Being?
The foundational principle for Spiritual Well-Being is :Every human being has a sense that there is a power far greater than themselves.
That power is a sense of awe we feel when we look at the artistry and intricacy of the nature that is all around us. There is a connection or alignment that gives you peace and contentment.
Merriam-Webster defines spiritual as:
of or related to a person’s spirit;
of or related to religion or religious belief;
having similar values and ideas: related or joined in spirit.
Families contain individual people. Each person in the family has the ability to think, reason and act as individuals, so it is important to examine human nature and how we interact with each other.
The most important answers in life revolve around some basic questions.
When families work together in asking and answering those questions it helps them build connections.
We all have to come to an understanding of the answers to the following questions:
Who am I?
Why am I here?
Why do I act the way I do?
What are my strengths?
What are my flaws?
What is the meaning and purpose of my life?
In upcoming blog posts we will be exploring these questions and how this all relates to creating family connections and building strong and united families.