Prudence is one of those funny, old-fashioned words – it’s not heard very often and has been a little bit forgotten when we talk about strength of character. Actually, prudence is a great character trait. If your child is prudent, they have the skills to look ahead and make wise, thoughtful choices.
If you laugh often, your children will laugh with you. They will indulge in silliness and jokes, because they see that it is of value, it’s a bonding experience, something you share together and a source of great enjoyment. Humour can also really help well-being, as it’s been shown to ease stress and boost the immune system. Win, win!
Just take a look around you! The world holds countless beautiful and wondrous things. All of these inspire positive feelings and emotions such as appreciation, awe, gratitude, and inspiration. This helps us connect to the world around us and feel happier.
The term 'spirituality' is used really frequently at the moment, but what exactly does it mean and how can it be valuable in life? To many people, spirituality is linked with religion, but it doesn’t have to be. These days it has embraced the practice of reaching higher levels of consciousness, awareness of self, by using things like mindfulness, yoga, meditation etc…