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How is Spirituality different from religion?

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How is Spirituality different from religion?

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Spirituality is a wide-ranging term. Some people may describe their spirituality in terms of service to others. Experiencing oneself as connected and in union with all of creation may be the predominant theme for others. Even someone who doesn’t believe in God has a spirituality, i.e. a sense of what gives them meaning and purpose. Religion refers to a particular faith tradition with beliefs, rituals, traditions, teachings and a community. Some would say we are all born with the same spiritual questions: “Who am I?”, “Why am I here?”, “What is the purpose of life?” and religion is the way we have attempted to answer those questions through the ages.

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