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6) Practical wisdom also shows that flourishing requires self-understanding, that is, an understanding of our own capacities, talents, and interests.
Keyes' (2006) study among American youth on flourishing found that depressive symptoms decrease as mental health increases.
Within this framework that views each human life lived "as creatures of a particular kind," health and human flourishing (physical and mental) are viewed as proximate ends embedded in and given proper context and meaning within the ultimate ends provided in God the Father's revelation in Christ.
In Cities and the Wealth of Nations, Jacobs explained that societal flourishing is a by-product of flourishing at the level of cities.
defines health (184) and flourishing (156) in light of his constructive theological approach (chap.
There are many other flourishing activities going on at AzNA this autumn, too numerous to name here.
While the full significance of many of our activities tacitly presupposes a realistic prospect of making a difference to future lives, future flourishing is neither necessary nor sufficient for our own flourishing.
Global Banking News-November 18, 2013--Private banking business flourishing in GCC(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
Poonch -- Flourishing cross border trade between India and Pakistan provides an impetus to people-to-people contact and gives boost to the confidence-building measure in Jammu and Kashmir.
THE ACHIEVEMENT OF HUMAN FLOURISHING IS A LIFELONG EXISTENTIAL JOURNEY OF SELF-ACTUALIZATION AND SELF-FULFILLMENT THAT CONTINUES TO EVOLVE
The speaker was Malcolm Duncan, who spoke on Faith in a Flourishing City.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Over 10 innovative plans in the field of nanotechnology were displayed by the Iranian innovators and inventors in the Fourth National Festival on Innovation and Flourishing of the Victory of the Islamic Revolution.