What did you make when you were little?

Did you paint? Did you sing? Did you play an instrument in the school band or build a treehouse with your grandpa? Did you write stories or invent recipes? Making is part of who we are as humans. It is hard-wired into us to create. And when we’re little, it’s all about the joy; it’s about exploration and risk-taking. But somewhere, somehow, a lot of that evaporates. We get caught up in the final product and overlook the importance of the process. We worry about judgment or failure. But we shouldn’t let that be. The health benefits of creativity are well proven.

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What Does It Mean To ‘Sharpen the Saw’ of Your Spirit?

No matter how you as an individual is able to reconcile with your spiritual dimension, it is so important to find that practice because this aspect provides leadership and a sense of wholesomeness to your life—ultimately what life is all about. A personal mission statement can help you to hone in on what your center and purpose is, so during your daily spiritual renewal, you can find harmony with those values. Once you can win your own battles within, your outward victories will follow naturally.

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