Courtesy: The School of Life

The word spirituality has a capacity to divide people like few others. For some, it’s an innately beautiful touchstone, the designator of a special kind of experience that is so valuable, it is best left reverentially unexplored and pure, lest one disturb its ethereal mysteries with the cold hand of reason. For others, its nonsensical bunkum of appeal only to adolescent dreamers, the underemployed and the weak minded.