Growing mentally and growing physically are two completely different things. Growing mentally refers to a person’s psychological growth—the way we think and deal with different situations, and by what methods we develop and disseminate information. Growing up physically refers to a person’s physical growth – like increased height, strength, and health. It can also refer to the development of your brain. The key to success is to keep growing in all areas of life – mental, emotional, spiritual, as well as physical.
Once people consider and adopt a religion (anything can be a religion by the way), they should practice it sincerely. Some people claim to have faith in their religion but act counter to its ethical and moral teachings. There is little point in such people describing themselves as religious.Today the world faces a crisis related to lack of respect for spiritual principles and ethical values. Such virtues cannot be forced on society by legislation or by science, nor can fear inspire ethical conduct. Rather, people must have conviction in the worth of ethical principles so that they want to live ethically.