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  1. I just wanted to know what you guys want to achieve in this world before you die. What kind of person do you wish to become up to the point in which you take your last breath? What kind of things do you want to accomplish and why? What kind of mark do you want to leave in this world? Personally, i want to be a person who always works hard and never gives up no matter what and live by the teachings of bani. I wish to do as much as I can to make Guru Gobind Singh Ji happy.
  2. I've heard that death is pre-destined. And I've also heard that one can increase one's years of life by yoga which many did according to our history. They simply slowed down their breathing and thus lead a longer life. Is this true? Does this mean that life is actually dependent upon number of breaths and if so time does not play a big part since it's up to you to decide how long you want to take to breathe each breath. Are there any quotes in Guru Granth Sahib ji on the matter? Thank you
  3. Attachment And Destiny

    I've started reading bani for the first time ever. So far I can see the following messages are repeated: Remember god through naam simran. Everything is preordained by god and we are not in control of our fate, we only receive liberation when he wants us to. Don't love your parents, wife, children, only love god. It everything is preordained then why bother with anything? You can take the attitude - 'if it's going to happen it will happen' Not loving your family sounds a bit cold, why bother caring for your family? Can someone please explain this to me? Do we have free will? Or is our destiny truly written on our forehead?
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