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A proper philosophy doesn't just enlighten and empower the mind -- it strengthens the heart and uplifts the soul. It develops and expands a person's interior. It beautifies the psyche and enriches the spirit. Philosophy does all this directly, thru its ethics, and indirectly, thru politics. It also does so quite powerfully via art -- especially drama and music. Philosophy makes you a higher, finer, better person. It encourages, inspires, and uplifts. Philosophy helps bring out your truest and best self. It ennobles and sanctifies your soul. A true, rational, sound, coherent, intelligent, insightful, wise, good, and great philosophy will leave you prosperous, thriving, healthy, and happy. It will make you vivacious, dynamic, heroic, and even godlike. A high-quality philosophy improves a person's nature, character, and essence. And the best philosophy has a spirituality which will show you life at its deepest, widest, strongest, truest, and best. This spirituality is lofty, noble, and sacred. It is dedicated, in large part, to the sublime, transcendent, and infinite. Spirituality of this kind provides belief in today, and hope for the future. It generates confidence and tranquility. A proper philosophy provides clear purpose and deep meaning for your unique, irreplaceable, priceless existence. Human beings, at their finest, are demi-godly creatures that live like dynamos, heroes, and legends. A truly spiritual being will at least try to have all, do all, and be all. To know, experience, achieve, and enjoy everything. To conquer reality and rule the universe. True spirituality involves genuine internal beauty. It combines a delicate sweetness and psychological loveliness with robust vigor and ferocious energy. A proper and ideal spirituality requires and involves a high level of intelligence, consciousness, motivation, desire, volition, and will. Spirituality enhances animation, energy, determination, and focus. It cheers and steels you. Spirituality is the profound unity of reason and emotion -- of powerful thinking and strong passion.