An Invitation to the Daily Practice of Well-Being
The last few years have awakened our need for simplicity. Though we live in a complex, fast-paced, and ever-shifting world, we are human beings created to live in harmony with God and others in our daily lives. It all begins with how we use the precious gift of time. What we do with the hours we have been given – how we think and make meaning, with whom we connect, and where we engage – all add up to what we call our life. When we intentionally seek a flourishing life, we can be a spring of life for others.
Introduce the concepts of ReNew Year in your team huddle or department meeting. Talk about the basic principles outlined here. Hold the key questions, engage in dialogue, and consider how purposeful days may promote well-being and abundant living.
As a Catholic health ministry, we are called to be leaders in well-being – to embody well-being as individuals, to promote well-being among our colleagues and patients, and to advocate for well-being in our communities. Together, we represent more than 700,000 associates united by the healing ministry of Jesus in the tradition of our founders and we are called to promote human flourishing.
Join us in the practices of the ReNew Year. Together, let us live well the lives we have been given!