Frank P. Daversa was raised in South Hempstead, NY. It was during his college years that he honed his writing skills. He earned his A.A.S. degree in 1981 with honors. Two years after earning his B.S. degree in 1986, Frank moved to Houston, TX. He worked for 14 years in the corporate world before becoming a writer in 2007. He published his first web article on spirituality in 2008 and his first book in 2011. He published his second book in 2012. Frank has been on a spiritual journey since contracting a serious illness in 1997, which inspired him to write his latest book, Spirituality in the 21st Century
The realities explored in science and spirituality are often assumed to be unrelated to one another. Both find their basis in a spirit of inquiry. Modern science is objective analysis, while spirituality is subjective understanding. Science explores the outer world with a series of questions beginning with the basic query, “What is this? What is the world all about?” while spirituality begins with the question, “Who am I?”
Dictionary.com defines family as “a social unit consisting of one or more adults together with the children they care for.” It can also be defined as two people living in a close personal relationship together with their offspring. The family unit is and always will be the basic social organization or unit of any society. This relationship alone provides stability in a sexual, emotional, intellectual and social way as no other can. When families are strong, society is strong as a rule. When families are weak, societies begin to break down.
Spiritual environmentalism is the application of spiritual practices and methodologies to raise awareness and initiate actions to reverse the effects of environmental degradation. It is a developing field that joins ecology and environmentalism with the awareness of the sacred within creation.
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Some people are well-developed and others are immature. Immaturity represents a lack of understanding about life and the world, and being emotionally undeveloped. Enlightenment is an individual’s emergence from his or her self-imposed immaturity. This immaturity is self-imposed when its cause lies not in a lack of understanding, but in a lack of resolve and courage to use it without guidance from others. It is so easy to be immature. I need not think, if only I can pay others to undertake the irksome task for me. Thus, it is difficult for any individual to work him- or herself out of the immaturity that has all but become his or her nature. Consequently, only a few have succeeded, by cultivating their own minds, in freeing themselves from immaturity and pursuing a more enlightened course.
Most people want to grow to some degree. If you want to become all you can be, you need to develop both individually and spiritually. There are fundamental principles for growing in this way. They cover everything from faith in God to compassion for others to a deep appreciation for the environment. Following these principles will lead you on a path toward spiritual enlightenment.