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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Religion
spiritualityspir‧i‧tu‧al‧i‧ty /ˌspɪrətʃuˈæləti/ noun [uncountable]  RRRELIGIONthe quality of being interested in religion or religious matters
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spiritualityIn place of his spirituality and incandescence, Solti offers only the momentary frisson.The first two chapters offer a definition of spirituality and a way of identifying spiritual need.This public display of spirituality throws a lot of people off their game.It is a large cathedral and its interior retains a Medieval sense of spirituality.As the 1960s ended and the wave of neo-oriental spirituality began to decline, the seekers began to look elsewhere.But it also emphasizes de-escalation of violence and a positive spirituality.Today's myth is still rooted in a mechanistic way of thinking which denies or represses spirituality.
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