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Guest Post | Essential Life Questions Pt III


By Edmee Schalkx

 

Read Pt I & Pt II 

Last week in my series “The essential questions you need to ask yourself” we looked at the life categories Work, Financial Situation, Home and Creativity.

 

When you review your notes, and consider your reflections, how do you feel? You can share your experiences with other people posting your comment on my blog.

In this last delivery of the series of essential questions we will be reviewing the life areas: Spirituality, Health, Life Purpose and Personal Development.

Category 9: SPIRITUALITY

  • 1.       What/who do you believe in? What are you believes you have about life?
  • 2.       What is the best thing that ever happened to you? How has this influenced your life?
  • 3.       Is there something/believe that binds you with a higher spirit? What do you take from this life? What do you give to this life? How can you share it with others?
  • 4.       Can you easily talk about your believes and religion? Who do you talk to? Who are you teaching?
  • 5.       What are you most grateful in your life? Do you share your gratefulness with others or you keep it for yourself?
  • 6.       What are you believes regarding life and death? Do you celebrate births? How do you stand still for the losses you suffer? Do you have rituals to remember loved ones?
  • 7.       If your life would be a film, what would the title be?

 

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