I think different religions and cultures may have different views or philosophies on Spiritually. How do you handle this issue?
The way i handle this issue is that i distinguish spirituality from religions. Spirituality is a characteristic which individuals and religious systems feature or include, but in some instances individuals make a point of explaining that they are spiritual but not religious (they are not spiritual in an organized fashion, adhering to rules made by others, etc.). Their notion of what spirituality includes relates to morality or ethics, states of consciousness, activities involved with spirit, spirits, or subtle essences, or maturation of themselves and their character.
Thus, i would suggest that 'religious views of spirituality' are an excellent focus and thus could constitute a facet of this proposal, along with anything and everything which transcends religions or runs alongside them bringing the character of the spiritual to its action or thought.