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How Important are spiritual matters in your life?

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  1. They make up my daily life, they are vital to me.

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    54.5%
  2. I have an interest in them, I believe in spiritual concepts.

    7 vote(s)
    31.8%
  3. I am somewhat curious, though a bit indifferent.

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  4. Not very, I am quite indifferent.

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  5. I do not believe in most if any spiritual concepts.

    1 vote(s)
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    I'm more concerned about the practical ways that spirituality could be applied to my life. That's why I'm a big fan of buddhism since it's approach is more hands-on than theory and concepts about a spiritual power.
     
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    I'm pretty darn indifferent. I'm not a super spiritual person. I have my beliefs, but they aren't very important to me. I figure in regards to the spiritual, what ever is will continue to be, whether or not I give it much attention.
     
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