Too often we consider Wellness as the successful end-goal of a heath objective, such as, dieting to lose weight. This perspective hides the purest beauty of Wellness and does nothing to inspire us.
For surely Wellness is not just an achievement of some vague state of disease-free health. It is not the “house” at the end of the road where you settle for where you are. True Inspired Wellness shifts that perspective of a settling just for the goal, to a state of adventurous being, of living an exalted life, expressed fully, in physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual realms.
Wellness is “Well-being”, not, “well I’m done”.