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What does well-being mean to me?

Updated: Sep 28, 2023



Artist: Ermina

Age: 16 Country: Kazakhstan


The Inseparable Bonds of Wellbeing: Family, Health, and Memories? In the tapestry of life, the threads of family, health, and memories intertwine to create a masterpiece of wellbeing. The connections we forge with our loved ones, the state of our physical and mental health, and the cherished moments we collect along the way shape our overall sense of happiness and fulfillment.


This essay explores the profound significance of family and health in fostering wellbeing and celebrates the invaluable role of memories as captured in a heartfelt poem and a cherished family video.


Family serves as the bedrock of our existence, providing us with a sense of belonging, support, and love. It is within the embrace of our family that we discover our identity, cultivate lasting relationships, and find solace in times of hardship. The bonds we share with our relatives nourish our emotional wellbeing, offering a safe haven where we can freely express ourselves, be understood, and find strength.


Health is the cornerstone upon which our overall wellbeing is built. A sound body and mind are fundamental to leading a fulfilling life. Good physical health allows us to engage in activities we enjoy, pursue our passions, and maintain a sense of vitality.


Similarly, mental health is crucial in fostering emotional resilience, managing stress, and nurturing positive relationships. By prioritizing our health, we empower ourselves to fully embrace life's opportunities and navigate its challenges. Memories are the threads that weave the tapestry of our lives.


They encapsulate the precious moments we have shared with our loved ones, serving as a constant reminder of joy, laughter, and love. Memories are not confined to the past; they have the remarkable power to transport us back in time and infuse our present with warmth and nostalgia.


In revisiting our memories, we can draw strength, find solace, and celebrate the beauty of the human experience.


Disclaimer: Entries to the Art for Well-Being Competition (“Artwork”) have been developed by members of the public. The named artist(s) alone are responsible for the views expressed in the Artwork. Presenting the Artwork by PMNCH/WHO does not imply that they or any content contained therein are endorsed or recommended by PMNCH/WHO or represent the decisions or the policies of PMNCH/WHO. Furthermore, the mention of specific companies or of certain manufacturers’ products does not imply that they are endorsed or recommended by PMNCH/WHO in preference to others of a similar nature that are not mentioned.

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