Hauora is a Maori word that describes a person's overall health and well-being. The four dimensions of Hauora are often displayed as the four walls of a Whare, which provides the ability and strength. The four dimensions are : Taha Tinana, (Physical well-being or health) Taha Hinengaro (Mental and emotional well-being or self-confidence) , Taha Whanau ( Social Well-being of self-esteem) and Taha wairua (Spiritual well-being or personal beliefs).
One of the well-beings are spiritual well-being. Spiritual health relates to my life because every Sunday I go to church to learn about all the different things about God. I love going to church because I have most of my cousins to learn with. The church that I go to is called E.F.K.S Panmure. Also I love playing sports, My favourite sports are Cricket, Netball, Rugby, and Touch.
Another one of the well-beings are physical health. My sports actually relate to my physical health because sports is just like exercise. Sometimes I eat junk food but most of the time I eat healthy things like meat, salads, fruits, and vegetables.
This next one is called social well-being. Social well-beings connected to my because whenever I do something my family always come to support me. I love it when my family comes to support me because it makes me feel special.
Finally mental and emotional well-being. mental and emotional well-being is kind of exercising your brain. It is like trying to think positive things so you aren’t thinking bad thoughts.
In conclusion, I learned all of the well-beings which are Taha Tinana, (Physical well-being or health) Taha Hinengaro (Mental and emotional well-being or self-confidence) , Taha Whanau ( Social Well-being of self-esteem) and Taha wairua (Spiritual well-being or personal beliefs).