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Spirituality Matters by Mary Holt

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Published by Authorhouse .
Written in English


  • Spirituality,
  • Spirituality - General,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Inspirational/Spirituality

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages176
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8489231M
ISBN 101420882147
ISBN 109781420882148

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  A much greater awareness of the importance of the spirituality of our clients and how to infuse spirituality into the helping process. Jim Dudley is a professor emeritus of social work at UNC Charlotte and a licensed clinical social worker in North Carolina. “Spirituality Matters in Social Work” is available for purchase here. It’s a Book of Quotations and a Children’s Art Book. Each quotation is connected to a child’s work of art. The book is about subjects central to the lives of all humanity: Inspiration, Self-Improvement, Parenting, Spirituality, Motivation, Religion, Adolescence, Relationships, Self-esteem, Accomplishment, Family, Leadership, Measuring Success, Positive Thinking, Aging, and Business. Reviews. Dr. Jim Dudley’s Spirituality Matters in Social Work is a welcome addition to the growing number of books and articles in the social work literature focused on preparing social workers to effectively engage spiritual and religious issues in the helping process when they are important to helping their clients. Dr. Dudley’s book explores, in depth, key elements of ethical.   Could you describe the difference between spirituality and religion, and why that difference matters in this context? The book is about two broad concepts – spirituality and religion. Spirituality is an inner quality that every human being has whether they are religious or not.

  Winner of the Nautilus Silver Award Spirituality is a unique account of spirituality from traditional religion to the present that reveals the common thread that joins Mahayana Buddhism and Hasidic Judaism, the Sufi Rumi and the Catholic St. Thomas a Kempis, people of all faiths and those who are "spiritual but not religious." Roger S. Gottlieb argues that spirituality is/5. Matters of Faith: The Book is a constant, convenient and daily source of inspiration and encouragment from a Biblical perspective. The assumption is frequently made that human suffering matters more than any other kind of suffering. This position may not be wholly rational nor supported by rational considerations. At the very least, my argument is that we owe animals more than is commonly supposed. Book Bubbles from Spirituality Matters: Deeper Thoughts for Spiritual Curiosity. Spirit vs. Ego. What is spirit? How does it compare to ego? Is the "self" ego or spirit? Ever get confused between the sub-constructs of the self: psyche, ego, spirit, and soul? This chapter devotes itself to organizing those departments of life that we cannot.