Religions: some embrace spirituality more than others, but most embrace it to some degree.
Spirituality: one of the most powerful forms spirituality takes, is in lighting candles or fires. I light them at home. If I, on occasion, visit a high Episcopal Church or a Roman Catholic one, I always light candles for my loved ones. Sometimes I light them for me. Sometimes I light them for the sense of connection they give.
There is a quiet power, awe, joy, strength and reverence in lighting candles. My favorite thing about Christmas, as a child, was to go Midnight Mass, where each of us would be given a candle. At the end of the service, I remember we would kneel and the acolytes or altar boys would come and light everyone's candles while we sang O Holy Night or Silent Night while the lights would be turned down very low in the church. We'd carry the candles out into the night with us. Very, very moving and spiritual experience, even for my atheist grandson. "Oh fall on your knees, hear the angel voices...." Try that one Christmas Eve. Very lovely and spiritually moving. The smell of melting candle wax, especially in a church with lots of wood, it's very moving.