Monday, September 25th 2017

Spiritual Surf: Growing – personally, physically and spiritually

How do we grow? Let me count the ways…

Morten Lund writes about his daughter’s growth epiphany (see picture). I’ve had the same realization several times myself. I’ve outgrown several philosophies, ideas and even lovers. This is one of the hardest things about growth, you have to give things up and leave them behind. Whether it’s a favorite pair of pants that no longer fits, or your best friend, who seems to be stuck at a level you’ve left. But you can’t blame your pants or resent your old friend. Growth is part of your personal journey and if you’re not growing, it’s time refocus.

DaVette writes about growth in relationships: “Growth is important. Grow together, not away from each other, giving each other space to grow without feeling insecure. Allow your mate to have outside interest.” It’s such good advice. We’re each on our own trajectory, something Davette hits home with her post.

iMax writes about how to facilitate spiritual growth. The secret, apparently, is to pay attention to the Word of God.

GayJay writes about his trouble picking up potential dates in bars. He’s trying to jump start his personal growth by writing about his lack of self-confidence. There’s no easy way to gain confidence, especially when one connects a date with some kind of seal of approval or a spiritual necessity. Jay, who is 22, is still growing.

The 13 Graces recommends creating a personal mission statement as a catalyst for personal growth. There’s even software to help you do it.

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