Why do people believe in conspiracy theories? Because conspiracies happen
In the years after John F Kennedy's assassination, it wasn't insane or irrational to wonder if the truth was being concealed
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Terrorists have darkened Islam’s image. Sadly, Muslims let it happen
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From now on, I’ve decided to wear a sign slung from my neck that reads...
Why Honour Killings Happen
By Saptarishi Dutta and Margherita Stancati
In a document filed to the Supreme Court this week, a group of khap panchayats – unelected but powerful village councils common in parts of...
Since I have embraced Sikhism, I have to confess that my life has become a lot better. I feel more healthy, my mind feels more healthy, I am more at peace. I do not put this down to any cosmic or magical effect, purely the type of seeds that I am planting, in line with Sikhi.
In prayers we are speaking to God!
In Samadahi/meditation we allow God to speak to us.
When we practice Samadhi/meditation and contemplate on God
in the depth of silence we hear the Voice of God!
LESSONS FROM GOD- The Soul, Death, & Attachment & Detachment- Nov 2008
Simply put, my question is, "Why do bad things happen to good people". This question may seem very stupid and basic but allow me to flesh out some details. [/FONT]
What is a good person? What is good and what is bad? What is the good life? These are all deep questions. I would THINK that Sikhs...
It was waiting to happen
Politics and religion have always made for a volatile mix in Punjab. The Vienna violence - in which two spiritual leaders of the Ravidass sect, widely revered among the Dalits of Punjab, were attacked by Sikh radicals leading to the death of one - has provoked...
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa! Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!
Imagine you are reading yet another thread that starts off with the premise that Sikhism is just another branch of Hinduism. And the comment goes on to say that Waheguru isn't really all that important because His Name only comes up about 10 times in...
Thread http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/gurmat-vichaar/15753-what-is-wrong.html reminded me of this sakhi.
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Guru Nanak and two students
Two friends heard that Guru Nanak was giving a series of lectures and decided to attend...
Did you ever see something go wrong around you and suddenly burst out, “How on Earth did I create that?”
Really, how can bad things happen, even to the sweetest, kindest, most spiritual people on the planet? Where’s the fairness in that?
The root of the question lies partly in the fact...