As human beings, we don’t want to simply know the What but seek to answer the Why. We’re not content with living. We want to know what the meaning of life is. We don’t want to acquire fragments of the puzzle. We want to know what the picture is. Attempts to understand the world and our place in it, and to form a comprehensive view of existence are spiritual endeavours. Both philosophy and theology try to explain the fundamental nature of reality and they can help us form a spiritual (i.e. big picture) understanding of the world. The focus of spirituality is beliefs. Examples of things that fall under this life area: religious observances, reading scripture, beliefs (about the existence of God, the meaning of life, life after death, the law of attraction, etc), ethical values, world peace, humanism, volunteer work, life philosophy.
Every child is born a genius but is swiftly degeniused by unwitting humans or physically unfavourable environmental factors. Through justice management, I am developing and deploying high functioning justice systems for human beings to make the world a better place.