the one side means:
There is very little about spirituality that is outside the bonds of belief. And its an extraordinarily rare spiritual experience that is some kind of 'seeing truth'
I would not say that there are not "spiritual experiences" out there that are not of value to those that have them, but I'd say that what the Buddha taught points to something a bit beyond anything else.
The quotes do not refer to persons or opinion and are chosen accidental.Real spiritual!-->Then you do not need Buddhism at all?
the other side means:
Religion is an organization with doctrine, and discipline, ritual and liturgy etc.
Spirituality is about deep and meaningful experiences, which can be achieved without any of the above.
The quotes do not refer to persons or opinion and are chosen accidental.Real spiritual!
spirituality form a wikipedia view:
spirituality and pali:Spirituality can refer to an ultimate or immaterial reality;
 an inner path enabling a person to discover the essence of their being; or the “deepest values and meanings by which people live.”
 Spiritual practices, including meditation, prayer and contemplation, are intended to develop an individual's inner life; such practices often lead to an experience of connectedness with a larger reality, yielding a more comprehensive self; with other individuals or the human community; with nature or the cosmos; or with the divine realm.
 Spirituality is often experienced as a source of inspiration or orientation in life.
 It can encompass belief in immaterial realities or experiences of the immanent or transcendent nature of the world.
lat. spiritus ,germ. Geist (engl. mind), breath‘ / spiro ,I breath‘ – also oldgreek. ψύχω or ψυχή, look psyche
translation of spirit, spiritual and spirituality --> please share
Has the Buddhadhamma (please not from a religious/believe view) no place for spirituality? To be spiritual (active/employed with once/the spirit) contra productive on the path of the Buddhadhamma?