The spiritual mind does not grab onto one idea to the exclusion of others. It loves all things according to their due.
Therefore, only the spiritual mind can be an educated mind.
The spiritual mind is principled in its thinking. It is not empirical or “spiritual” but objectively rational. This rational thought is the foundation of order. This is not a Cartesian rationalsim, however, but a more ancient rationalism whose quest is not “certainty” but harmony.
Thus the spiritual mind does not treat someone in isolation and ask for things like relevance at all times. It deals with all areas of life before they become a crisis.
The spiritual mind makes commitments.
The spiritual mind does not denigrate skill – it consecrates it.