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Previous Comments By 'kuldipsingh'

True Humility: Selfless Respect for Reality, by Costica Bradatan

FaceBook  On May 9, 2017 kul dip wrote:

 If you want to be decent humility is indispensable


Three Kinds of Laziness, by Tenzin Palmo

FaceBook  On Apr 16, 2016 kuldip singh wrote:

 we do actions to the process,depending upon your environment, pressure is built or not built. If pressure starts a headache then meditation is helpful to give it rest and thus recharge it to face life once again.
Our inner world, our dreams reflect the outer world we live in.
One can escape, if one is brave enough and can afford. One can suicide if one is weak minded , or struggle a bit harder to survive and carry on. Some are gutsy, these do not give in; these fight back and overcome the difficulty of life and feel proud of it.
The only thing one can do is to charter ones path initially: one can choose a simple style or a materialistic. who decides? do the parents do for their children or the children decide as they grow up?

This is not to say that life can't take an unexpected or a rational turn at any stage in life.


Social Intelligence, by Daniel Goleman

FaceBook  On Jan 2, 2013 Kuldip Singh wrote:
 The difference we can make to the quality and happiness of people is great;it is so simple. But simpletons like the
Security man know not. More education in civil behaviour in schools is the answer.

Song of the Soul, by Kahlil Gibran

FaceBook  On Apr 13, 2012 kuldipsingh wrote:
 When I think of Him, it numbs my soul; the void swallows all, like the black hole. I am lost into a world of utter emptiness. It is momentary ; I yearn to live it long. It is a shadow of the real it seems.

Untested Simplicity of the Villages, by Ram Dass

FaceBook  On Sep 24, 2010 kuldip singh wrote:

I spent a major chunk of my life solving the puzzle of life and God.

In the process I learnt about myself a lot that there wasn't a lot and out there every thing is mind boggling.

It has calmed me down and I seem to go in nothingness for a fleeting moment. It has given me such a feeling that at times I walk in wonder, I see the wonder and sense the wonder. It is a very purifying experience. I wish such incidents were more frequent and more lasting.

But if wishes were...............................................................!