reality. One way to capitalize on this "spirituality" is to offer to prayer for those you come in contact with who have a problem or concern. People have little problem with prayer it seems these days. I have never been turned down. Try asking a friend or colleague today that is not a church goer if it would be okay if you would pray for them, or put them on the prayer chain.
There is a beautiful prayer from the 16th century called "The Frankfurt Prayer," which aptly describes the contemplative yearning, even for our time:
Savior teach me the silence of humility, the silence of wisdom, the silence of love, the silence of perfection, the silence that speaks without words, the silence of faith.
Lord, teach me to silence my own heart that I may listen to the gentle movement of the Holy Spirit within me and sense the depths which are of God.