Learning for Well-being describes the journey of learning to realize our unique potential through physical, emotional, mental and spiritual development in relation to self, others and the environment.
It is learning to be and become me … in the context of the community and society in which I live and to actively contribute to them in ways that truly nurture the uniqueness of me.
Speaking of wholeness at a conceptual level offers individuals and organizations ways to collaborate in meaningful and practical ways. Through developing a shared purpose, language, and community of practitioners we can begin to capitalize on shifting our ways of thinking, our methods and our organizational structures towards more holistic ways of operating. Engaging in joined up actions allows more effective development and efficient use of resources, fosters innovative approaches, and provides opportunities for more human-centered services – whatever the context.