Sin is not the only detestable thing to God, but an imbalanced life is also a great offence to Him. Holistic planning is the process of pursuing your life goals through multi-service approaches to acquire the highest quality outcomes of your plans. Holistic planning involves setting life goals, identifying and understanding your capabilities, and establishing a plan to work toward reaching those goals. Having a holistic plan has so many benefits.
Firstly, it will help you to live a life of integrity, which will guide you in achieving your life goals. To say that you are a person of integrity means you are whole and undivided. This means that you do not fall
short in any aspect of your life. You excel academically, you are very fiery spiritually, you are excellently committed to house duties, you are ethically unquestionable and medically sound all at the same time.
Secondly, holistic planning will help you adapt more easily to life transitions and gain a strong sense of security that will help you stay on track at all times. You must understand that life is full of unforeseen
circumstances which may sometimes compel you to roll out a set plan. But planning holistically will help go through that challenge smoothly and still find yourself pursuing your goals.
Finally, holistic planning will help you be in control of your plans at all times, no matter what comes your way. Since you have set your mind to wholly fit in every area of your life all in the name of achieving a
particular goal, you will realise that you will be in charge of your plans and be so convinced about them that nothing whatsoever can sway you away from them.
To conclude, the fact that you have set goals does not mean that they are automatically attainable. But your personal goals can be achieved when you plan and execute them holistically. By doing this, you will be able to live a life of integrity, you will have a strong sense of security, you will be a master of your plans and ultimately please God because if a false balance is offensive and shamefully sinful to the Lord, then the contrary is also true.