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  1. Gyani Jarnail Singh

    The Death Of Common Sense !

    KHALSA JI, TODAY WE MOURN the Akal Challanna of an old friend...Common Sense. No body knows how old CS was or even when he was born as his records dont exist...and his memeories are lost and buried somewhere deep within the red tape of bureacracy. But CS will always be remembered as having...
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    Death Penalty In Sikhi

    I was watching the Scott Peterson murder trial on the news. And, Scott Peterson was convicted of murdering his wife and unborn son, he can be put to death by the jury. I am against the death penalty because, we would be doing the same thing to Scott by killing him. What does Gurbani tell...
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    Is There Life After Death?

    Seattle Doctor Specializes In Near-Death Experiences POSTED: 9:01 am EDT April 30, 2004 UPDATED: 6:14 pm EDT May 4, 2004 The NBC 10 Investigators tracked down a doctor in Seattle whose research may come closer to anyone else to answering the question, is there life after death? Dr...
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    Soul-searching Doctors Find Life After Death

    Soul-searching doctors find life after death By Jonathan Petre (Filed: 22/10/2000) THE first scientific study of "near-death" experiences has found new evidence to suggest that consciousness or the "soul" can continue to exist after the brain has ceased to function. The findings by two...
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    Sikh News 2.72 Cr Relief For Kin Of Custodial Death Victims

    New Delhi, November 11 The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) today ordered the Punjab Government to pay Rs 2.72-crore compensation to the kin of 109 persons who had died in custody during militancy, holding that the state was liable to make monetary amends for infringement on their right...
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    Why Do Humans Fear Death?

    Why do humans fear death? Is this a condition that exists in all life or merely in sentient life? If you could be immortal would you? What are your views in how human beings overcome death?
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    Always Remember Death

    Always Remember Death Only a person, who always remembers death, knows how valuable and precious is the wealth of counted breaths, granted during a lifetime. It was once in the darbar of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib that a Raja happened to visit and pay homage. The Raja, after some deep thoughts...
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    At His Death Bed, One Who Thinks Of

    This Shabad is by Bhagat Trilochan Ji in Raag Gujri on Pannaa 526 a(n)th kaal jo lashhamee simarai aisee chi(n)thaa mehi jae marai || At the very last moment, one who thinks of wealth, and dies in such thoughts, sarap jon val val aoutharai ||1|| shall be reincarnated over and over again...