My Spiritual Journey

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Spiritual Journey In all life matters spiritually plays an important role in personal and professional development. It provides people with power and inspiration to overcome difficulties, solve problems, and focus on aspects of life that are valuable to them. Recently, I am in the place where spirituality is an important part of my journey to find the answers to most of my questions. Indeed, spiritually plays an important role in personal and professional development. It provides people with power and inspiration to overcome difficulties, solve problems, and focus on aspects of life that are valuable to them (Van Hook et al., 2002). Thus, I intend to focus on the spiritual part to rebuild my faith, and complete my journey stronger than…show more content…
The Criminal Justice field requires the members to work with individuals, and groups from diverse backgrounds. In that, spirituality development is the process of growing the intrinsic human capacity for self-transcendence (Benavides, 2014). Hence, being spiritual my self will help me to understand the diversity among the people I work with, thus develop a system that allows me to do my job better, because being open to listen, and understand others is the key to serve them better, other than just do the job as it has been written in books. In particular, one of the under reported crimes in the CJ system is that related to the domestic violence crimes. In that, spirituality can enables the CJ professionals to identify the problems of the domestic violence victims and provide them with sufficient support without a reference to the religious affiliation, or race of a victim (Van Hook et al., 2002). For instance, my current spirituality requires me to help future clients not only physically, but try to understand their spiritual, and religious backgrounds to develop a better understanding of their situations, and provide them with the best…show more content…
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