Spiritual leader  

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Spiritual leader is a form of title that is used to refer to religious leaders.

In Buddhism, spiritual leaders are usually the people who have attained high level of spiritual awareness. Those spiritual teachers can guide people on their path toward spiritual awakening.

Spiritual Leader may be a position within the government of a nation. For example, Argentina had only one governmental Spiritual Leader of the Nation of Argentina, First Lady, de facto cabinet minister and co-president, and national labor chief, "La Presidenta" Eva Duarte de Perón, who served in 1952 at the end of her rule which spanned from 1946 to 1952.




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