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Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh True veerji.The other day i was going to school and i got stuck in floodwaters.My shoe was soaked.ūü§£Never seen that before in my country.Also been having

As you already might have noticed, the weather around the globe is not normal anymore. This can be and has been attributed to the climate change phenomenon but the real culprit are not us - the humans

...then you got home and your mum pulled you up on it because you wrecked your shoes , there was much gnashing of teeth and it was a relief that the day was over in a few more hours ...

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31 minutes ago, WaljinderSingh said:

Talking about abnormal weather, 

it rained for the first time 'in recorded history' in this part of Greenland.

 

https://news.sky.com/story/rain-falls-at-summit-of-greenlands-ice-sheet-for-first-time-in-recorded-history-12386031

Recorded history. We don't know what happened in pre-recorded history 

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2 minutes ago, Ranjeet01 said:

Recorded history. We don't know what happened in pre-recorded history 

In pre-recorded history, Greenland not always enjoyed Arctic breeze. 

Tropical plants and animals have been found - as if frozen in time.

What I am trying to get at is that there are some great changes about to come and I dont believe most of us are ready for them...

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11 minutes ago, WaljinderSingh said:

In pre-recorded history, Greenland not always enjoyed Arctic breeze. 

Tropical plants and animals have been found - as if frozen in time.

What I am trying to get at is that there are some great changes about to come and I dont believe most of us are ready for them...

If there are changes taking place then it is part of Maharaj's hukam. 

We are probably helpless in this regard. We should focus on what we can control and leave to Maharaj what we cannot.

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2 minutes ago, Ranjeet01 said:

If there are changes taking place then it is part of Maharaj's hukam. 

We are probably helpless in this regard. We should focus on what we can control and leave to Maharaj what we cannot.

If we are helpless, there should be only one hope.

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