Among our participants, who represented the most populous world religious traditions—Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism—as well as the category of nonreligious, secular, or spiritual-but-not-religious, we found that people shared five common spiritual phenotypes: 1. Altruism; 2. Love of Neighbor as Self; 3. Sense of Oneness; 4. Practice of Sacred Togetherness; 5. Adherence to Moral Code. Lisa Miller, Ph.D.