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Secular & Spiritual… Why the Furore, and False Dilemma?

Secular & Spiritual… Why the Furore, and False Dilemma?

There is a notion going about that people who are robustly secularist, politically speaking, are automatically anti-religion.

But ‘religion’ means different things to different people.
People can draw spiritual inspiration and strength from religious traditions without believing they are literal fact.
I would like to see more organized collaboration between people who are secular for the outer world and spiritual for the inner life.
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