I'm interested to learn more about how the sangat perceives the spiritual and the temporal in Sikhi. Sometimes it seems like people can be in only one camp or the other. As Sikhs, we strive to balance both of these qualities. So, what are they, exactly? Temporal (miri) is easy to understand from the Sikh point of view. It's our morals and how we interact with other people, the community and the world at large. It's sharing, caring, leading, defending, honesty, integrity, service. Spiritual (piri) is a little bit harder. I'd love the sangat to share with me how they define what is 'spiritual' and how that manifests in the temporal.