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    General Babaji Ranjit Singh Dhandrian Wale, Simple Living High Thinking

    Our revered very simple Babas who lead very simple life and preach the public, and guide them to live simple living and high thinking, in those so called preachers of our society is :Baba Ranjit Singh Dhandrian wale who has having a very simple living : just an example, he has having an I-phone...
  2. Archived_Member16

    Opinion I’m Thinking. Please. Be Quiet

    I’m Thinking. Please. Be Quiet. By GEORGE PROCHNIK - The New York Times - August 24, 2013 SLAMMING doors, banging walls, bellowing strangers and whistling neighbors were the bane of the philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer’s existence. But it was only in later middle age, after he had moved with...
  3. Archived_Member16

    Opinion Analytical Thinking Reduces Religious Convictions: UBC Study

    Analytical thinking reduces religious convictions: UBC study But intuitive thinking makes one more spiritual. All humans are capable of both By Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun - April 26, 2012 11:05 AM Rodin - The Thinker Photograph by: PNG files, ... VANCOUVER -- A new...
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    Thinking Of Visiting A Gurdwara

    Hello again, friends! I am delving longer and longer into sikhism, and I am just becoming more facinated.. I'm thinking of going to my local Gurdwara, in Oslo (Norway), so I was wondering: Is there something I should remember when going there? i.e Should I have my hair in some kind of wrap...
  5. Aman Singh

    10 Deadly Sins Of Negative Thinking

    Life could be so much better for many people, if they would just spot their negative thinking habits and replace them with positive ones. Negative thinking, in all its many-splendored forms, has a way of creeping into conversations and our thinking without our noticing them. The key to success...
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    What Do You Keep Thinking

    what do you think of, over and over again? What use is it to read, and what use is it to study? What use is it to listen to the Vedas and the Puraanas? What use is reading and listening, if celestial peace is not attained? ||1|| The fool does not chant the Name of the Lord. So what does he...
  7. Gyani Jarnail Singh

    Daswandh. Thinking Out Of The Box

    Waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh. As we all know the Three Basic Pillars of Gurmatt are Naam jappo, Kirt Karo and Wand Chhako. Under the Third Pillar WAAND CHHAKO....SHARING of HONEST LABOUR/EARNINGS....comes the DASWANDH injunction..to give Back 10% to Guru Ji. Here are some...
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    Sikh News 'We Need To Start Thinking Big Again' (Los Angeles Times Via Yahoo! News)

    In a festive ceremony that drew politicians from across the nation, Antonio Villaraigosa took the oath of office Friday as the 41st mayor of Los Angeles and declared that reforming the city's troubled schools would be "a central priority of my administration."...
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    Sikh News THINKING ALOUD: When Less Is More And More Is Less —Razi Azmi

    The half million killed — Muslim, Hindu and Sikh — during the mayhem that accompanied the partition of India in 1947 come a distant second to the couple of ... http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=story_17-2-2005_pg3_2
  10. Aman Singh

    Positive Thinking -the Right And Wrong Kind

    Positive Thinking -the right and wrong kind "There are many people, who when they come in contact with God, with Absolute Truth, with the Spirit World, believe that this experience the certainty of all this - can come to them by some staggering "proof" which they expect to receive personally...
  11. Tejwant Singh

    Thinking Aloud

    SikhPhilosophy writes:- <<Sir, you can introduce yourself under off-topics section and let us know more about your education and background... people would surely benefit from inputs from people like yourself, Amarpal Ji and others Welcome to your own network... Regards>> Thanx for...
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