By Jewell A. (ed.)
Growing older, Spirituality and health and wellbeing explores how health isn't approximately actual future health on my own; having objective in existence and continuous religious progress are important parts for older members. This e-book offers tips on how the actual non secular wishes of this age staff could be outlined and addressed, and the way significant care and aid will be given.
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They require considerable courage, analytical skills, determination and hope. Growing older can be just as intellectually challenging as entering into any other stage of life, and the consequences can be just as rewarding. Recognising achievement Western societies tend to lay a great deal of stress upon what we can achieve or have achieved: upon what we have. In that sense it is extremely materialistic. We are all caught up in this mindset whether we are high achievers or not. It is very difficult to break out of the mould.
Furthermore the precise role of the variety of health and social care professionals in the delivery or response to spiritual need is unclear and debatable (Cobb and Robshaw 1998; McSherry 2001; Orchard 2001; Walter 1997). In the current context of multifaith societies and sensitivities about the dominance of any one faith, the linking of spirituality with any particular faith or with the idea of a transcendent or immanent being is also greeted with some alarm (Borg 1998). Rise of spiritual interest and decline of religious interest It is therefore the case that in 2003 in Scotland we find ourselves in a situation of tension and paradox in our understanding of spirituality.
One might go so far as to say that this is the key spiritual task. The I–thou discussed in some detail by 52 AGEING, SPIRITUALITY AND WELL-BEING Borg (1998) and Hay and Hunt (2000) is of central importance on the spiritual journey. The spiritual journey We are all on a spiritual journey (Hay and Hunt 2000; Moberg 1990). For some of us religion is the vehicle or mechanism that we will choose. Others, like some of the respondents in the research described above, will utterly reject religion as part of the spiritual journey.
Ageing, Spirituality and Well-being by Jewell A. (ed.)