I would say that I am deeply spiritual but not religious, and that I arrived at my spirituality through science. Science is a mechanism by which we discover the nature of the universe, and what we have revealed is tremendously beautiful in it’s order, complexity, and scale. How could one not be spiritual about living in a universe with (at least) ten thousand billion billion stars? A universe where the ash of stars can form patterns which grow, change, experience and think about themselves? Through science I have also discovered that all things are interconnected. For example, a single sodium atom moving in the axon of a neuron experiences a small gravitational and electromagnetic force from every other particle in the universe. The origin of these forces are distributed over time at the speed of light, so in this moment that atom is simultaneously experiencing the moon from 2 seconds ago, and the big-bang from 13.7 billion years ago. The nature of our existence is dependent on every past event that has ever occurred within our light-cone, and our every action creates the future of universe for trillions of years. All boundaries or separations are illusions created by time. To me this is the most wonderful implication of science; We are the universe, creating and experiencing itself.