These factors of life enhancement vary in importance and constitute a mix of commercial and subsistence activities. Therefore, it is imperative to understand the manner in which wellbeing and quality of life remains enhanced through available sources of sustenance. In addition, it is imperious to understand how the situation is achievable through income diversification activities that are compatible to the existing support and cultural systems (Tao and Wall, 2009, 137). The scopes of wellbeing resonating with social work values involve poverty elimination, promotion of social inclusion, elimination of oppression and violence elimination. In addition, it involves increased health investment, social support systems, and safeguarding and restoration of the natural environmental resources as well as the biosphere (Gamble, 2012, p.669). Indeed, the effects of globalization, democracy, and resources of water, gender issues, climatic change, and poverty reduction efforts influence wellbeing and the quality of life.
In relation to wellbeing and the quality of life of human beings, leisure accountants for the freedom and capability to pursue human activities. Leisure informs and motivates issues of work-life balance, public health and the social welfare. Subjective wellbeing therefore, is a reflection of satisfaction of a person based on varied domains of life. The domains in this particular context involve the standard of living, achievements made in life, health and safety, personal relationships, future security, society-connectedness, and spirituality. Leisure explains more pertaining to satisfaction and wellbeing than the health, society-connectedness, safety and the future security. Essentially, leisure is the most robust domain of life that influence cross-cultural life and consistently contributes to life satisfaction and subjective wellbeing.
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