The experience of spinal cord-injured underground miners highlights a problem that requires deeper reflection about workplace spirituality, particularly as it relates to the soci-economic context of the miners. What is spirituality for injured wokers, in general as they are forced to confront suden severed spinal cords and new working and living contexts. Does the current body of knowledge on workplace spirituality in particular, adeqautely provides an understanding of this reality faced by the injured miners? Do captains of the mining industry, medical teams involved in the rehabilitation of the injured miners as well as the communities in which they return to live, fully understand the depth of the miners spirituality? In this book, a conceptualization of African workplace spirituality is offered for possible replication in dealing with workplace spirituality ,especially in traumatic situations.