However, lip service from believers in stating their belief in God is never enough, as God requires the total translation of passion in his word and actions. In the event of God’s intervention to most situations of that human command His presence, people continue speaking of His greatness, but in normal situations, belief in God is just an assertive statement. This controversy between the saying and the actual belief of God in human lives dictates the direction of life that individuals have and their conception of spiritual identity. An assessment of the literature on spiritual identity God, Freedom and Human Dignity: Embracing a God-Centered Identity in a Me-Centered Culture by Ron Highfield comprehend if God’s embodiment in human life restricts spiritual freedom and diminishes human spiritual dignity. Assessment of the Literature Development of a Me-centered Culture In the process of development from childhood to adulthood, humans experience transitions in their self-identification processes. In the phase of childhood, children are never concerned about their role and impact in their society. Children are also never worried concerning the relationships they build with themselves and with others. In terms of spirituality, children freely follow their parents or guardians and conform to the teachings approved and certified by them. However, the transition into teenage hood makes the mind of one conscious about the decisions, activities and relationships development. This phase enables humans to understand their preferential habitual traits, beliefs and specific interests that results into talents. “The choices and actions chose during the teenage phase dictate the king of life that one maintains in adulthood” (Ron 17). Perception of God in Modern Self-Identity Culture Changes in modernity have transpired the self-identification process that enabled humans to discover and ascertain if their life preferences are worth the journey. Conventional cultures allowed an individual to be authentic and experience life fulfillment by adhering to the natural and socially allocated relationships and roles. One was expected to conform to the terms and regulations provided by the seniors. Responsibilities were also implicated upon people, hence just conforming to their role in life development. However, the advent of modern culture has changed the perception of self-identity. Deep assessment concerning self worth are expounded to enable a human decide on the aspect that he or she will live with. Happiness is also considered as an aspect of helping people reconstruct themselves to the kind of life they would like to live. These strongly advocate for the denial of imposition of social relationships since one would end up building a fake identity not proposed by his or her expectations. According to Ron, this assessment of life reconstruction through identity creates the self me-centered phenomenon. Creating an appropriate me-centered identity advocates for will power by rejecting the imposition of conferring social relationships. This phenomenon is responsible for clouding oppression and resentment of certain issues when confronted to a person. Self-identity makes one conscious of the role of religion, traditions, and morality among other things in his or her life. Self-identity makes one decide freely on the spiritual journey to follow, habitual traits to adopt but at the same time threatens
Name Professor Course Date God-Centered Identity in a Me-Centered Culture Introduction The extent of religious impact in human lives today has shifted with the over reliance on God to fulfill the premises. Proof of fulfillment of God’s promises according to the bible is making people relent on their spiritual background…
Patient-centered medical institutions offer basic health care services to their esteemed customers most of whom subscribe for family health maintenance and therefore pay periodical visits to the facilities or in other cases, practitioners from the facility pay their patients visits at their respective homes.
It is a foundation for accessing efficient and cheaper health care services. The primary goal of PCMH is to transform the centre in order to deliver effective primary care services at affordable prices. The program offer practices for care organization for patients, nurses working in groups and coordination as well as tracking patient information.
They all argue different points and develop their debates effectively based on the different aspects of development. Duncan Green explains the roles that citizens play in the process of development elaborating on the need for freedoms and effective leadership to initiate development in the society by allowing the citizens to enjoy certain liberties.
Rogers related, “at the urging of my students, I became acquainted with Martin Buber (first from his writings and then personally) and with Soren Kierkegaard. I felt greatly supported in my new approach, which I found to 2 my surprise was a home grown brand of existential philosophy”.
The author states that the skill and abilities of a person are clearly understood in Person Centered Model. It is a process which involves various steps. First the problem of the person must be analyzed. Then counseling is conducted to find out his feelings and emotions. Likes and dislikes are also known.
"Carl R. Rogers, the originator of Person-centered therapy, did not intend to found a school of psychotherapy with a set practice" (Personality Research, 2006). Instead, he worked with his clients, reflected on the therapy process and, at a certain point, he advanced a set of hypotheses about the causes of constructive personality change.
Process Centered Management is that branch of the reengineering process in the corporate world that is in direct context of the work culture and formulation of a structure that follows an independent process driven pattern to reach a set of goals. This kind of management is one where all activities leading towards the achievement of organizational goals, are process driven with a deep rooted influence on the channelization of material and information along the way.
ent of children of divorce, emotional adjustment of abuse and neglected children and children of divorce and low self-efficacy (learned helplessness) (Dipchak, 2007).
More than other therapies child-centered play therapy grants the child the freedom to be him/her self. This is