"Only Don't Know" - The Spirituality of Social Work


  • Michael Sanger Vaidosta State University,Georgia


This narrative traces the author's experience with and study of communications from deceased loved ones. In the process of crafting this narrative the author realized that social workers, grounded theorists, and Buddhists shared a common belief in the power of seeing things as they really are, not as we think they are. This belief is based on realizing that when we allow ourselves to see the world as it truly is, the truth of each situation is free to emerge, and that emerging truth can reveal the meaningfulness of our world.


How to Cite

Sanger, M. (2014). "Only Don’t Know" - The Spirituality of Social Work. Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping, 11(3), 39–45. Retrieved from https://reflectionsnarrativesofprofessionalhelping.org/index.php/Reflections/article/view/1154



General Submissions