Sure, here's a few select sentences from each.1. Non-idealism.
Non-idealistic spirituality does not seek a perfect world; it does not seek to perfect ourselves, our bodies, our personalities. It is not romantic about teachers or enlightenment based on images of the immense purity of some special being out there. It does not seek to gain or attain in the spiritual life, but only to love and be free.2. Kindness
Based on a fundamental notion of self-acceptance, rather that guilt, blame, or shame, for the ignorant acts we've committeed or the fears that still remain within us. It understands that opening requires the warm sun of loving-kindness. It is all too easy to turn spirituality and religion into what Alan Watts calls "a grim duty".3. Patience
Understanding that the process of awakening goes through many seasons and cycles. It asks for our deepest commitment, that we take the one seat in our heart and open to every part of life. Constancy, a capacity to be with what is true moment to moment.4. Immediacy
As Ajahn Chah said, "Even the extraordinary experience are of no use, only something to let go of, unless they are connected with this moment here and now". This immediacy is the true source of compassion and understanding. "Only within our own body, with its heart and mind", said the Buddha, "can bondage and suffering be found, and only here can we find true liberation."5. Integrated and Personal
"Integrated" in that it does not create separate compartments of our life, dividing that which is sacred from that which is not. "Personal" in honouring spirituality through our own words and actions. Otherwise, our spirituality is not of any true value. Integrated and personal spiritual practice includes our work, our love, our families and our creativity.6. Questioning
Rather than adopting a philosophy or following blindly a great teacher or compelling path, we come to recognize that we must see for ourselves. This quality of questioning is called by the Buddha, "Dhamma-vicaya", our own investigation into the truth. It is a willingness to discover what is so, without imitation or without following the wisdom of others.7. Flexibility
Their flexibility understands that there is not just one way of practice or one fine spiritual tradition, but there are many ways. It understands that spiritual life is no about adopting any one particular philosophy or set of beliefs or teachings, that it is not a cause for taking a stand in oppositioj to something else or someone else.8. Embracing opposites
More comfortable with paradox, more appreciative of life's ambiguities, its many levels and inherent conflicts. One develops a sense of life's irony, metaphor, and humour and a capacity to embrace the whole, with its beauty and outrageousness, in the graciousness of the heart.9. Relationship
We are always in relation to something. It is in discovering a wise and compassionate relationship to all things that we find a capacity to honour them all. While we have little control over much of what happens in our life, we can choose how we relate to our experiences.10. Ordinariness
We are just ourselves, without pretense or artifice, we are at rest in the universe. In this ordinariness there is no higher or lower, nothing to fix, nothing to desire, simply an opening in love and understanding to the joys and suffering of the world. This ordinary love and understanding brings an ease and peace of heart to every situation. It is the discovery that salvation lies in the ordinary.