I've always searched for the spiritual despite being overwhelmed with the horrible absurdities in life, let alone all the day to day mundaneness which seems to be the majority of our lives.
I found Viktor Frankl's book "Man's Search For Meaning" to be helpful for me in my younger years. A psychiatrist, Frankl was a young 35 year old Austrian jew during WW2 who survived 3 years in Auschwitz. To me the gist of his book was despite the existentialism of life you must nonetheless always strive to be responsible. That was his key word: Responsible. In other words the way I interpreted that; "you do the right thing."
And that's what we do. We'll talk things to death, throw out all kinds of ideas and opinions,but really in the end you have to act. I call it praying with your feet.