The term “spiritual” is often used to describe someone who is very religious or who is very devout in his/her worship of God. The “spirit” in “spiritual” is often a reference to the holy spirit of God, or, in Christianity, to the Holy Spirit. The spiritual person is one who is close to God, loves God, always thinks of God, puts God first, or who tries to do God’s will. It is a person whose life, or important aspects of it are, in some way, centered around God

Moral development, like spiritual development, cannot be defined by one simple statement. It involves several elements. The will to behave morally as a point of principle – This attitude is fundamental to moral development.

Spiritual values are human values. The values of truth, righteousness, peace, love and non-violence are found in all major spiritual paths. These spiritual values are also human values and are the fundamental roots of a healthy, vibrant, and viable work career

The purpose of spiritual education is to fulfill the divine potential of children, and to prepare them for life by giving them the tools they need to keep on learning throughout the many experiences that will come to them. … Another purpose of spiritual education is to build the person on all levels.

Spiritual Education is based on universal spiritual laws. Such laws apply to every human being regardless of his or her place of birth, culture and religious. The goal of a spiritual education is to develop the original qualities of the soul.

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