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This has manifested itself in the most obvious non-spiritual means.
She also spent a great deal of time outside the cloister on non-spiritual matters.
To speak in spiritual terms to the non-spiritual is to speak a different language.
To the convinced non-spiritual person this is likely to be bemusing, even offensive.
Far too many men and women took vows for non-spiritual reasons, or without forethought of the consequences.
Many are questioning a life based on non-spiritual values - a life that is not holistic at its core.
Although the case is often presented as one that defies all conventional explanations, there are non-spiritual explanations.
The healing of trivial non-spiritual complaints, using herbs and other remedies, was practiced by all Aboriginal People, although older women were usually the experts.
A Warden is especially concerned with church finances and the state of the buildings but is also responsible for parishioner concerns of a non-spiritual nature.
The ancient Jain texts recommend that one must subdue these four faults, as they are source of bondage, attachment and non-spiritual passions.
For the dominantly rational and/or non-spiritual/ non-religious person, the I Ching has considerably value as an 'idea generator'. ie.
His central themes appear to be the incongruousness of moral experience within modern society, the collapse or eradication of identity, and non-spiritual or secular redemption.
He believed that people should overcome their non-spiritual nature by continuous efforts to achieve a spiritual life, another aspect of his ethical activism and meaning of life.
Adherents to the philosophy have described Satanism as a non-spiritual religion of the flesh, or "...the world's first carnal religion".
Her son, Caliban, a deformed monster and the only non-spiritual inhabitant before the arrival of Prospero, was initially adopted and raised by him.
The Washingtonians were so non-religious and non-spiritual that religious critics accused them of humanism and placing themselves before the power of God.
Due to its non-spiritual character, the needful nature of the subject is open to any kind of influence thus allowing the multiplication of desires ad infinitum.
Some definite items of almost all the systems, theist and atheist, spiritual and non-spiritual, orthodox and heterodox, are traced with unfailing philosophical focuses.
African peoples' religious experience is integrated and holistic, not private and segmented between sacred and secular or spiritual and non-spiritual as it is in the West.
And all these ideas are at once non-natural, non-spiritual, unscientific, and utterly false; and year by year, day after day, their props are being knocked away.
Even non-Christian Neoplatonism is not, however, unambitiously hostile to matter: while the non-spiritual is relatively inferior to the spiritual, it also reflects the goodness of its source.
Also, the secular and rationalist approach to Western law and legal education can create an uneasy and unnatural divide between the spiritual and the non-spiritual for Aboriginal students.
In terms of the non-spiritual, Penguin had a big hit with their Penguin 60s – a neat selection of stories and extracts, each edition coming in at a pocket-sized 4¼"x5".
If football and its culminating moment, the World Cup, has become the universal religion of the global age, this is above all because it fulfills, in a non-spiritual way, contradictory instincts in human nature.
This won't be one of the five-day jobs, obviously; the French generally share George Bernard Shaw's view of the game as the closest the non-spiritual English come to an appreciation of eternity.