Spirituality is not gated; it’s never chrome plated.

The most spiritual don’t know it — or show it.

Spirituality exists where broken servants wash the feet of diseased children.

False spirituality constructs a border checkpoint; true spirituality builds an open road.

Spirituality’s not piety; it’s a rough, tough society.

Your spirituality exists within your next act of compassion.

A holy proximity to unholy people is the sign of spiritual maturity.

It is more spiritual to feed the poor than to eat at a potluck.

Spiritually speaking, losing is winning.

Spirituality is silent when it tolerates violent.

Work is holy, overwork smoly.

Reality is a form of spirituality.


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