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Posted 26-Oct-2008 at 09:11 AM by ginsglow

As a person who believes in GOD, I must confess that I have a hard time concentrating and taking time out to do paath. When I do paath, its just me reciting words that I know but not really fully understanding and taking in the meaning. I have grown up in a religious family and its not as if I do not have faith. I do. I feel myself having no joy when I am doing paath and lately I have no interest in going to the Gurdwara at all. I do not know how to overcome this feeling. Does anyone have any ideas ?
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    ginsglow ji

    I am just seeing this blog. Forgive me for ignoring it. Only recently the forum blogs have been re-organized so that it is easier to see that new blogs have been posted by forum members. Thanks for your insightful questions. I plan to come back to this blog and respond soon.

    Sat Sri Akaal!
    Antonia
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    Posted 26-Dec-2008 at 09:41 AM by Narayanjot Kaur Narayanjot Kaur is offline
 
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