Growing up not going to church or following a specific religion, I have had to this day a very open-mind to religions and beliefs. However, I do believe that Christianity is the closest to what I follow in values and beliefs.
Growing up, I went to church sometimes with friends in high school and college, and I'm starting to go to International Christian Assembly (ICA) here in Hong Kong with my husband. However, I personally believe that it is not as important going to church as it is doing good deeds on your own time and living a life full of purpose, kindness, and love toward others, while spiritually feeling connected to what you believe in. I hope to use going to church as a nice reminder of the values we should have in life, guidance on ways to help others, to hear inspiring stories and to learn more about the bible and God.
This page is not intended to make anyone feel uncomfortable or for voicing your opinions about other religions that you do not follow, or saying that others are wrong for not following your own religion. I think because there are so many religions in the U.S. (due to the diverse ethnicities), you don't hear people talk about their religion and beliefs in public. It's because it becomes so political and personal that people end up defending their beliefs and sometimes insulting others' beliefs.
This website centers around positivity, so let's all be understanding on here that everyone has the right to believe in different religions or values.
This is a place to learn about ways to strengthen the values or beliefs that you already have or are trying to have. It is also a place to help find that purpose in life that you have not yet found. I already filled out the survey on the first page and I will admit I give this category the least amount of time. My goal is to use this website to help me find more balance with my spiritual wellness. I hope to read and post inspiring articles, book recommendations, videos, pictures, etc, and also to learn through hearing stories from our community.
What do you believe in? What religion do you follow and why? What component on the wellness wheel do you focus on the least?