Although we value freedom of religion, many of us are spiritual or religious. Our spirituality can take many forms. Some are agnostic, but still spiritual. Spirituality can have many meanings--to some, it is just the spirit of life, or the spirit of humanity in its highest or most refined or most creative forms. To some, spirit is love, or the energy that "inspires" us. Literally, spirit means breath. I use the name "enthusiast," partially realizing that the word literally means "filled with God," even though I am a deist or pantheist, believing that there is divinity in everything around us. But how would you describe your spiritual journey?
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