Spirituality prepares Children to make good life decisions

Keith Wommack, a syndicated writer, spiritual thinker and colleague, presents an interesting point of view on spirituality.  He shares his personal experience with the power and dependability of this innate resource.  Recent findings have revealed that spirituality has been found to be a reliable-present source of help for children to turn to when making tough decisions and going through hard times. This unlimited and universal spiritual support is accessible and available to ALL.  Let’s see what Keith has discovered about this important life changing remedy.

Photo by © Glow images

Photo by © Glow images

During a show, lines of cocaine, marijuana joints and shots of tequila had been placed on the stage at a young guitarist’s feet. At the end of the show, they were untouched.

Lisa Miller believes she knows why.

Miller, a Columbia University psychologist, in her new book, “The Spiritual Child: The New Science on Parenting for Health and Lifelong Thriving,” reveals why psychological and neurological researchers have come to the conclusion that spirituality supplies a protective and healthy advantage.

Spirituality, until relatively recently, interested mainly those of deep faith. Now, spirituality is a cottage industry involving university departments, clinical trials, researchers, writers, and publishers. This is a good thing. Each participant can help us to recognize the value of spirituality.

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Kate is interested in blogging about the impact of prayer and spirituality on our health from her experience as a Christian Science practitioner. She is the media, legislative and public contact for Christian Science in the state of Maryland. Contact Kate on Twitter: @CScomMaryland, on Facebook: Kate Johnson CS, or email:  maryland@compub.org.