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You’d think that as the ‘S’-word is part of my job title, I’d be a good person to answer that question, but I’m reminded of the conversation in ‘Through the Looking Glass’. “When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less.”

For me, Spirituality has to be understood as something which is life-giving, contributes to growth and development and helps to sustain hope.

The first of these is implicit in both the Greek and Hebrew words which translate as spirit – they’re to do with air and breath, one of the necessities of life.

Spirituality is a dynamic idea; it implies movement rather than standing still. So growing and developing as people, at whatever stage of life we are, is linked to spirituality.

And finally, there is hope – the idea that keeps us looking outwards, alive to the possibility that here and now is never the totality of what life is all about.

So what does it mean to you?

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