Spirituality Ireland is a site that aims to encourage inter-spiritual discussion around Spirituality in Ireland and abroad. While similarly creating an open and safe space for readers to view, read, be inspired and to learn similar or different perspectives on spirituality.
We envision Spirituality Ireland to be an inter-spiritual site so priority is not given to any one spiritual belief or system.
While we recognise that it is hard to define Spirituality we are willing to accept all definitions and none on this. We are willing to discuss religious, humanistic, agnostic and other views and of course those with no views on spirituality.
One definition of Spirituality we do like though, is “preoccupation with what concerns human inner nature” or “Socrates’ inwardness, integrity, and inquisitiveness”- H.R. Finch.
As you may have guessed from the title we are based in Ireland, but we are open to contributions from abroad and we look forward to discussing on all things spiritual with you.
If you want to get involved just email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Core Values
- Safe space for thoughts, learning, inspiration and understanding.
- Bloggers are at the heart and function of the site.
- Leading the way for innovation and adaptability in Irish blogging.
- Inclusive, open, pluralist and navigable website.
- Quality writing, reading and thought.
- Resource site for all.
- Free from external influences and control for true spiritual equality.
Our Acceptability Policy
The Spirituality Ireland’s acceptability policy to protect our readers and bloggers from intolerant and hostile remarks can be summed up in three words: don’t be obnoxious.
We want this site to be where a tolerant discussion can take place in which a civilised and inter-spiritual conversation between people of different faiths and spiritualities and those with no religion or spirituality can part take in.
So don’t be obnoxious. That way we won’t have to delete your comments and ban you from a social media page. Which would be great, because we really don’t like doing that. So stay civil; be respectful; be polite; think “Constructive public discourse”.
If you come across a comment on any of our social media pages that you think definitely qualifies as obnoxious, don’t be shy about letting us know of it.
Similarly we expect all contributing bloggers to produce diligent works but if there is any actively discriminatory content and goes against the site purpose such as the article is dedicated solely for inciting violence or hostile intolerance towards others then we have a policy of taking down such content.
Thanks—and thanks for making the Spirituality Ireland a site and space safe and rewarding place to hang out.
Our Copyright Policy
The SpiritualityIreland.org website is non-profit. The artwork and writing posted on this site and social media sites is intended for viewing, sharing and non-commercial use only. If your work has been in any way featured on this page and you would like us to remove the item in question or properly credit you for it, please let us know ASAP.
Bloggers on site posting articles and blog posts reserve all intellectual property rights for their own material and writing however when using other material that is not their own then there is an expectation that they must reference or credit the material in their articles or blog posts to the correct and proper owner. This applies to writing content and images.
If you have any questions, please contact us via the email (contact details here). Thanks for visiting us here at SpiritualityIreland.org.
Our Declaimer Policy
The opinions expressed within in articles or blogs on the site are the personal opinions of the authors. SpiritualityIreland.org is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on author’s articles or blog posts. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing on the articles and blogs do not reflect the views of SpiritualityIreland.org and SpiritualityIreland.org does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.