“A life without spirituality is like a candle without fire.”

Consciousness is the conventional ground on which the objective and subjective worlds are evolved and united. With this vision, researchers have begun to reconcile and consider solutions for global issues of health, hunger, conflict resolution, and economic injustice from the perspective which joins science and spirituality.

More and more scientists are discovering its essence. Reason being, fundamental science has reached in the situation, wherein the ultimate questions of matter and origination is tedious to understand, unless awareness is accounted and factored in. Spirituality is centralized on the innermost values and meanings by which people live.

One of the great gifts of spiritual knowledge is that it realigns the sense of self to something one could hardly imagine. Spirituality has the power to convert incredible things into reality.

“Psychological peace” (such as a peaceful thinking and emotions) is perhaps less well defined yet often a necessary precursorto establishing “behavioural peace”. Peaceful behaviour sometimes results from a “peaceful inner disposition”. Some have expressed the belief that peace can be initiated with a certain quality of inner tranquillity that does not depend upon the uncertainties of daily life for its existence. The acquisition of such a “peaceful internal disposition” for oneself and others can contribute to resolving of otherwise seemingly irreconcilable competing interests.

More the humanity touches the dimension of spirituality, more a sense of freedom, individuality, and equality will prevail; all leading humanity to peace.