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We are all spiritual beings in that we have an inner life that is at least as important as what goes on around us.

When you read about people we look to as role models and exemplars – those who have achieved something noteworthy or admirable – they always acknowledge the importance of self knowledge and attitude, and these tend to be decisive in their success.

‘Spirituality’ doesn’t mean something absurd or weird. On the other hand, it is absurd not to own your spirituality, and probably a bit weird.

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