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  1. A spiritual person is one whose actions and thoughts correspond to the norms of morality, pure thoughts. A person can call himself spiritual, but in reality be bad, immoral in relation to others. Often this concept is mixed up with religion, but not in all cases representatives of religions behave in accordance with the norms of morality.

  2. A spiritual person has high moral qualities. He is kind, honest, and just. His words are consistent with his actions. He strives for objectivity, evaluates others not by personal attitude, but by actions. He says what he really thinks and believes, and he follows what he calls others to do. For such a person, the spiritual is more important than the material, he always strives for self-development and knowledge of the highest truth.

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