This week we're highlighting CLC Community Building Coordinator, Brigid Rigali. In response to how she practices her spirituality, Brigid says, "I try to learn about my own spirituality by witnessing the love in the hearts of my fellow Broncos." If you would like to suggest someone to be highlighted, please contact us at email@example.com.
Publisher's note: No one person speaks on behalf of an entire religious, spiritual, or phiolosphical tradition. All views presented are those of the student according to their personal experience of their tradition.
What does spirituality mean to you?
BR: I see spirituality as my unique path to finding my greater purpose on this planet. However you live your life or define your faith, I think everyone has their own journey to becoming a better person. I think that is pretty cool!
How do you practice your spirituality on a daily basis?
BR: I love the simple idea that actions speak louder than words, and find that a lot of my spiritual growth comes from interacting with people. I try to learn about my own spirituality by witnessing the love in the hearts of my fellow Broncos.
Have you learned anything about yourself through this/these practice(s)?
BR: No matter how many hours I sit in class or study in the library, nothing can beat learning from other people through conversations and experiences. I love CLC for that reason! My small group challenges me by asking difficult questions and helping me identify the weaker parts of my spirituality.
In what ways do you believe practicing spirituality connec
ts us with something greater than ourselves?
BR: Spirituality connects all of us to one another by giving us a greater purpose outside ourselves! I don't think spirituality can be right or wrong, so we have to accept everyone's spirituality!