Thank you for articulating the struggles and novelties of modern spirituality in your Winter 2018 article “Faith 2.0.” The “spiritual but not religious” movement has always resonated with me because while I was growing up, I attended a religious school, but neither I nor any of my family members actually practised the religion. My environment promoted good values, such as kindness and compassion, but it also left me confused with respect to my beliefs. Similarly, I have a few friends who grew up in families where their parents practised two different religions, so their beliefs incorporate aspects of multiple religions. I’ve seen a few of my friends go through difficult breakups due to irreconcilable differences in their belief systems. Spirituality and religion affect almost everyone in one way or another, and I think it’s great that this topic is being discussed. I’m hopeful that we can continue this discussion as we move toward a society built on acceptance and tolerance in the future.