We intend Spirituality as the Latin ‘pietas’.
In our philosophical approach, the term SPIRITUALITY refers to various characteristics. It is an holistic openness, a wide sensitivity, a profound responsiveness, a scrupulous attention to all the surroundings. In particular, our idea of SPIRITUALITY contains an awareness regarding the other individuals and all the elements of nature. But even events and circumstances are part of a spiritual acknowledgement and recognition.
In itself, our SPIRITUALITY has nothing to do with religions and confessions, although many historical credos, beliefs and denominations certainly contain intense forms of SPIRITUALITY.
We intend Spirituality as the Latin ‘pietas’. In short, a spiritual approach to life is harmonious, soft, congruous and gives space to natural perceptions, sensations and feelings.
Spiritual persons enjoy good relations with mountains, rivers, seas, trees, winds, clouds and animals of all species. They follow natural cycles of night and day, summer and winter, sun and rain, hunger and satiety, movement and stillness.
Moreover, a spiritual person is able to grasp signs and hints (coming from inner or outer realities) which mean absolutely nothing to distracted and superficial people. He also has a natural ability to link subtle events. He is capable of setting them all in a homogeneous pattern which is the very texture of the universe.
This is Sokratiko’s way to interpret the notion of SPIRITUALITY. Please continue to browse our list of philosophical TOPICS by clicking on the other entries of our list.