What is spirituality? Who is spiritual? What is the role of the spirit in shaping the character of every individual? Where is the free will and how does it work? How does one integrate the freewill with the universal law? Spirituality involves the recognition of a feeling of sense or belief that there is something greater than me, something more to being human than sensory experience., and that the greater whole of which we are part is cosmic or divine in nature. Spirituality involves exploring certain universal themes – love, compassion, altruism, life after death, wisdom and truth, with the knowledge that some people such as saints or enlightened individuals have achieved and manifested higher levels of development than the ordinary person. Aspiring to manifest the attributes of such inspirational examples often becomes an important part of the journey through life for spiritually inclined people. The role of the spirit is an expression of our own character transformation brought by the indwelling of the spirit and our relationship with the common good. The fruit of the spirit includes values such as love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Mostly, all these values are considered as an expression in the outside world by the society, whereas it includes how all these values are applied in our inner world as well. For example, self-control does not necessarily mean how we conduct ourselves to the outside world but also what kind of thoughts we promote inside and how we introspect for some of our thoughts that are not contributing for our character development. It is a known fact that the spirit needs instruments to perform actions in this world and those instruments need a spirit to perfect those actions. A speaker jovially said, when the spirit leaves the body, we don’t call it with a given name but call it as a cadaver. Similarly, when the body doesn’t exist for a spirit, the humanity fears it as they don’t see the form. What is a free will? Mind is a borderless society that can transcend barriers easily and travel into any territory of its choice. The mind is extremely powerful tool humanity has and is categorized by the scriptures into Manas, Chitta, Buddhi, and Ego. Each one of them are essential for the progress of the humanity. When one applies the mind to benefit the society, town, state, country or the whole world, it becomes a broad mind and when it limits itself to the well-being of the individual, it becomes narrower. Our goal in life is to extract the rich knowledge spirit has, what our experiences teaches us, and convert them into actionable insight that would benefit everyone, using the capabilities of our minds. It is about synchronizing the mind to become compatible to the unwritten law of the nature so that it is in perfect harmony with everything around us. How do we do that? One way to do it is to get indulged in the nature around us, get deep into the present moment that helps remove the stress we experience in the mind. Those who believe in God can use the repetition of the name as an exercise to overcome the mind’s vagaries while others who are filled with actions can indulge so much enjoying the processes in the actions perfecting it. Doing an action skillfully to the best of our abilities, lovingly with complete devotion to work and selflessly without expecting the results, it can bring peace into the mind. The best action the most who renounced the world to teach the humanity suggests is to provide selfless service to the life around us that would include plants, animals and human beings. The love gets saturated when such actions are performed, and it manifest in its full form. The spirit in us is constantly looking to integrate with everything around us and when the mind performs actions that integrate ourselves with the rest, it manifests itself and provide incredible insight and enjoyment which the learned people call it as wisdom and bliss.