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    Would Your Life Not Be Very Different If You Changed Your Piece Of Carpet

    Have you ever noticed how the way you feel about yourself sometimes depends on whether or not you get confirmation of your value from others? When you enter into challenging situations with a positive self identity you will discover that you are living your life with a greater sense of enjoyment...
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    Your Life Is Not A Coincidence. It's A Reflection Of You!

    A son and his father were walking on the mountains. Suddenly, the son falls, hurts himself and screams: "AAAhhhhhhhhhhh!!!" To his surprise, he hears the voice repeating, somewhere in the mountain: "AAAhhhhhhhhhhh!!!" Curious, he yells: "Who are you?" He receives the answer: "Who are...
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    Difference It Make Your Life

    Amidst the morning mist of the swift returning tide I set out on my daily run, my walkman on my side. Lost within my private world apart from cares and woes I ran along the moistened shore, the sand between my toes. In the distance, I saw a boy, as busy as can be. He was running...
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    Life Is A Piece Of Cake. Enjoy To The Fullest

    A little boy is telling his Grandma how everything is going wrong. School, family problems, severe health problems, etc. Meanwhile, Grandma is baking a cake. She asks her grandson if he would like a snack, which, of course, he does. "Here, have some cooking oil." "Yuck" says the boy...
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    Equilibrium. Balance In Life

    Siree Raag, Fifth Mehl: As long as the soul-companion is with the body, it dwells in happiness. But when the companion arises and departs, then the body-bride mingles with dust. ||1|| My mind has become detached from the world; it longs to see the Vision of God's Darshan. Blessed is Your...
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    Equilibrium. Balance In Life

    Siree Raag, Third Mehl: The self-willed manmukhs are engrossed in emotional attachment; they are not balanced or detached. They do not comprehend the Word of the Shabad. They suffer in pain forever, and lose their honor in the Court of the Lord. The Gurmukhs shed their ego; attuned to the...
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    What Kind Of Life One Should Lead To Attain Mukti (salvation)?

    Q: According to Sikhism, how can one attain salvation? What kind of life one should lead to attain salvation? A: In order to attain salvation one must live a honest life and meditate on God. Sikhism shows the way to attain salvation and become One with God. Sikhism instructs that you do not...
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