All three are central to living a full and meaningful life. Genuine faith leads to deeper spirituality, which leads to authentic charity.
Too often “faith” is nothing more than a codified list of beliefs, when its truest form resides in the silence of a believer’s heart. Too often “spirituality” is watered down into something that means everything and nothing. And too often “charity” is little more than a pragmatic, well-timed transfer of funds that has no connection at all to generosity or caring.