As an attitude inclines us to look at things in certain ways, like colored glasses, it can affect how we interpret what we see.
Religions highlight particular attitudes – to encourage states of mind and ways of living that support values. For example, Christianity encourages attitudes of love and faith, and Buddhism encourages an attitude of compassion.
A challenge for religious naturalists is to consider what attitudes to adopt or try to nurture as ideals. Some of these may be shared with other traditions, and some can have a particular focus related to a naturalist understanding.
Attitudes that religious naturalists may consider or embrace include:
A related attitude can be ongoing attention to the interdependence among all people and forms of life; and how, as all that occurs originates from and influences a multi-faceted whole, the well-being of groups and the whole, in turn, affects the well-being of each person..