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Spirituality practiced as the central focus of our life

There is a variety of ways that people practice spirituality.  For some, spiritual practices become something that is done as a habit or ritual.  For example, some may attend religious services on a weekly or a regular basis. Others may carry out a specific spiritual ritual as part of a regular routine such as reading the Bible or other spiritual texts, prayers or intent in the form of praise, requests, repentance, or an expression of an attitude of gratitude. Others may have specific prayers they recite, or Roman Catholics may pray the Rosary.  Others as part of their spiritual practices or traditions may light candles, use incense, use mantras, chants, use drumming or other musical instruments, or listen to previously recorded spiritually based music or sounds as part of their own spiritual ritual.  Some individuals may have a specific meditative practice.  Whatever your practice of spirituality how does that flow into the rest of your day or week?   The Christian tradition as taught from Galatians 2:20 suggests that spirituality involves the presence of Christ living within us.  Meaning it is a 24/7 practice.  How does our spirituality impact how we treat others?  How does it impact all of the everyday decisions in our life?  How does our 24/7 experience reflect what is often referred to as of the fruit of the Spirit, that of:  love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control - Galatians 5:22-25 http://emapdrschulz.com

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