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The Goal Of Life For Sikhs

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The Goal Of Life For Sikhs (R.E. Essay) Sikhs believe that how they live their life now will affect them when they are "reborn" into the next life, when Sikhs say reborn they are trying to say about the life form they are born into in the next life this can be anything it all depends according to Sikhs and their religion how you have lived in your previous life, Humans are seen as the highest form of life there is so according to Sikhs we have lived our previous life dedicated to God and following the teachings of God. ...read more.

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Sikhs belief in this can seriously affect the life they live now. They must meditate on the name of God as much as they can this could affect them in their jobs or something similar as they may have to meditate but not have the time. Sikhs believe that because they are human they have a better chance of becoming liberated as they can make moral choices and therefore live a more God Centered life. ...read more.

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Phan is material help and it is when Sikhs give a service to humanity this is maybe helping out a charity, another act is Tan which is physical this can involve helping out at the Gurdwara to maybe serve or prepare Langar Sikhs most important part of the cycle of rebirth and liberation is that there life must always stay focused on God and putting their beliefs into action. By Anthony Godsell ...read more.

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