Spiritual Naturalism (also called religious naturalism) is a worldview, value system, and personal life practice. A religion to some, philosophy to others, Spiritual Naturalism sees the universe as one natural and sacred whole. It advocates principles and practices that have compassion as their foundation, and it finds wisdom and inspiration in innumerable rich traditions and ethical philosophies from around the world. This anthology of articles celebrates the first year of the Spiritual Naturalist Society and its mission. Through this series, the reader will get an overview of Spiritual Naturalism and how it can transform practitioners, healing the schism between the natural and the sacred in today's world. These essays cover reason and perspective, practice and ritual, spiritual naturalism in tough times, applied issues, and naturalism as seen through several traditions.