The Importance Of Spiritual Health

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When one attempts to make new acquaintances, one cares little for small talk. Instead, people tend to care more about a potential friend’s motivation and mentality. First they judge your mental state, then judge your actions based on their critique. Society 's definition of insane is not mentally insane and locked away, but will deem a troublesome person as insane. Being labeled as “troublesome” is enough for society to deem the insane’s actions as wrong; if deemed sane, then one’s actions are overlooked, even if those actions are the same. So the question readers may be asking is “what is the author’s motive and mentality?” I’ll tell you that by society’s standards, I am a sane person with all the right motives to make the world better, but …show more content…
Spiritual health is to develop a set of beliefs, principles, or values that gives meaning or purpose to one’s life; to develop faith in something beyond oneself. I honestly do not quite see how this can affect someone’s health. Maybe it is because if someone is religious and think that the god or gods that you believe in are angered, or that you haven’t fulfilled them, or finished with the reason that he or possible she put you on the earth for, and for that reason they push themselves to strive for better, but I don’t quite understand what it is. I personally do not believe in hierarchy, mainly because I believe in what I can see, or what can be proven with hard facts, not something someone wrote down that has the possibility of being true. In all honesty when someone finds out that I am not religious and that I really do not care if there is a god, they get defensive like I murdered their cat. Sometimes I do not understand why because they tell me everyone must believe in something, and when I tell them I believe in myself, even if I am broken, they say I am just narcissistic and shouldn’t try to put myself above everyone else. That is not my intentions, but I just do not think there is a higher power. One thing I do not do is I do not put myself higher than those around me. I think everyone is equal, and should not fight for power, so I believe in myself, believing …show more content…
Social health is to develop and maintain meaningful relationships with a network of friends and family members, and to contribute to the community. I always hear the saying “it’s not the quantity of your friends, but the quality” and it took me a long time, a teacher constantly telling me, and an anime to realize this is quite true because I thought I needed lots of people to surround me to make me less scared of being alone, but I found out that it just made it worse. I was more ignored suffered more panic attacks, but now with the small handful of friends I have; I feel better, more secure and loved than before. I do not leave my room often, and do not attend social events or parties unless I am forced

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