A study by Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health is the most rigorous and
comprehensive analysis to date of scientific literature on health and spirituality.
Overlooking spirituality in health care leaves patients feeling disconnected from the health care system and from the clinicians caring for them. Asking about a patient & spirituality should be part of patient-centered, value-sensitive care, new research suggests. Focusing on spirituality in health care means caring for the whole person, not just their disease. Read More
The Urantia Book says: “Spirituality enhances the ability to discover beauty in things, recognize truth in meanings, and discover goodness in values. Spiritual development is determined by capacity therefore and is directly proportional to the elimination of the selfish qualities of love.” Read More