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  1. I dont like it. Why was it made? Why would god do this? Why cant it just be nothingness?
  2. Has anyone taken an ancesstory test before? It seems quite interesting how they can trace you roots from your genetic data. ie some will come back as 40% norwegian, 18% Scottish ect. Are these tests accurate though or some kind of con?
  3. I am a really moody person, i think according to my mood. Sometimes i feel really close to Waheguru, i feel spiritual, but then sometimes i feel far away from Waheguru, i feel logical & scientific. I always try to stay motivated on what is important, but then philosophy kicks in. I feel like i need to become a hermit & start living on a mountain (if you know what i mean). Then another time, i feel as if success is as important as breathing, and that i need to know everything, from politics to poetry. Then another time, i feel careless and that fun is what matters. The point im implying is that does this happen to you too? And if anyone knows the recipe to stay motivated on one important thing, such as Sikhi, please do share. SSA
  4. General News Share: Good to see that governments are taking interest and views of Sikh religion toward world peace. From official Page: https://www.facebook.com/BMZ.Bund/posts/835890306471434 High scholar of Sikh religion in the BMZ Religion matters! Religious representatives in the dialogue. The BMZ is the new lecture series in which representatives of various world religions invites to discuss the potential of religion to sustainable development and peace. This time Dharam Singh Nihang Singh, one of the highest scholars of the Sikh religion. The Sikh religion is a monotheistic religion in the 15th century. She has today some 23 million followers, making it the fifth largest world religion. Religion is very important for over 80 percent of the people in our partner countries. Religion influenced the view of the world, the lifestyle and the dedication of many people. It is a strong political and social creativity. How do we in the development policy thus? How can we better include the potential of religion to sustainable development and peace? This issue is discussed in the dialogue series. More on: www.bmz.de/…/was…/themen/religion-und-entwicklung/index.html About BMZ - Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Ministry_of_Economic_Cooperation_and_Development
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