Working as a nurse you get to meet a lot of people as well as see them and also colleagues in stressful situations. Often people are not 'religious' and any particular way, they don't go to a Church or religious denomination, they don't pray regularly. Yet there is a Spirituality which permeates often unspoken, poking its head up occasionally. A couple of examples ::
:: When talking about health. There is an understanding of it being holistic in nature, body, spirit, mind.
:: Talk about clairvoyants is just as valid as Ministers of Religion. It would seem to me that people go more regularly to them then Church. Except for weddings (getting less) and funerals.
:: When someone is sick, its not unusual to hear that they will be 'prayed' for even if it is just an off the cuff remark (Often from a non-church goer)
:: An awareness for the need for space. Our workplace has a policy that you can go for a walk for ten minutes if you need... They encourage this at least once a day.
I'm sure there are a few more and if I think of them I'll put them down.
Just had another dot point
::Karma: most people I know have an understanding of Karma. You do good it will come back to you; you do bad then bad things will happen to you. I suspect it is one of the biggest motivators of good in the world. Look at the way charity's advertise, give us money and you will feel good...