Dear truthiskef(click here to visit her blog) thank you so much for being nominated for the “Sunshine Blogger Award”. I would like to recommend my readers to check out her blog. She is an interesting person and straight forward in her inviting writings and sayings. So have my thanks and good wishes to you, dear friend.
1.) Thank the person who nominated you in a blog post and link back to their blog.
2.) Answer the 11 questions sent by the person who nominated you.
3.) Nominate 11 other bloggers to receive the award and write them 11 new questions.
4.) List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post and/or on your blog.
5.) Questions & Answer
Questions & Answers:
1.) The biggest lie you ever told someone.
I never lie… LOL
2.) The best city in the world acc. to you.
Kirpal Sagar, as it is a unique place in the world belonging to the whole mankind.
A place where all religions are peacefully under one roof.A place to help pure and needy
3.) New York or Dubai?
I do not know as I have never been to New York nor in Dubai.
4.) What do you think is the best compliment you ever received.
Actually, I do not care about compliments (praise) or rebukes (criticism) since they both come from the same coin. I try to keep both sides neutral.
5.) Tell us a bit about yourself
I follow the path of spirituality, which means: “Man know thyself” – Gandhi said: “Be the change if you wish to see a change in the world”. So it is better to clear oneself instead of telling other people what to do – it requires responsibility and to understand that we all are one. So first I try to clean my own house and extinguish the fire (mind) therein. Only then it is possible to help others, but each of us has to make an own step forward and not have a wait- and see attitude (others are doing the job), as each of us is responsible for him- or herself.
I travel every year to India (Kirpal Sagar)and help there as a voluntary helper to fight poverty.
I like languages very much as you get to know a deeper glimpse into their cultures accordingly. So I am able to speak 5 languages, mainly Scandinavian languages.
I am also a computer specialist and programmer which allows me to handle all stuff concerning a pc, also graphic designs, web-designs, and internet specialist.
My hobbies: Creating pics in a special way, writing poems (since 40 years about), and create videos as well. Reading spiritual books, gardening, cooking, travelling, trekking-tours in the nature, graphology, sports (fitness centre), playing chess, helping people.
6.) If I ask you to leave WordPress right away, what would you do?
I would leave WordPress right away LOL
7.) If someone hacks your phones then, what would you do? Please don’t say you’ll inform the police. I want something smart! ??
I would trace him or her back and find out from where the attack was launched. With the help of an anti-virus app, you can trace back to catch the IP from the attacker. For security, I would delete everything and would start from scratch or use my back-up from the pc (best option) so that all apps I use are present again in my smart-phone. Then I would reinforce my security system, using even a firewall and anti-virus apps and updating all security apps.
8.) Suppose you won $15 million in a lottery, how would you spend it. Don’t say you will give it all in charity????
In fact, I would not keep much for myself, a bit I would keep making a journey around the world. The rest I would give for charity.
9:) What would you prefer sir/ma’am- Presidential post or a billionaire??
I would prefer non of them. According to Nietzsche: the one who possesses very much
is a slave of his/her possession…
To have a Presidential post is deeply connected with politics, but in the last few thousand years of mankind’s history – politics has never worked in such a way to solve all problems in the world. Dr. Harbhajan Sing held a speech in front of the Viena Human Rights Conference. And there he said: Politics has failed so far to bring peace and justice, equal rights for everyone, stopping famine and provide for fair distribution, i.e rich people get richer while the number of poor people increases – therefore he said: that we only have to turn our face to our own face and start to weed out all our short-comings, controlling our mind (we all are controlled by our mind so far) in thoughts, words, and deeds to become a real human being with virtues of respect and love to everyone, with selfless service to help other people. So coming to our own roots and discover us, how we really are, what motivates us to do this, or that, if there is a show made by us or other things to gain benefit for selfish purposes. This individual discovery is Spirituality: “Man know thyself”…
10.) How do you celebrate your birthday?
Usually, I do not celebrate my birthday.
11.) The person whom you hate most.??
I do not hate anyone as it is said in the holy scripture: love the sinner but not his sins…
We should have respect and compassion for everyone as we are all sitting in the same boat.
The temple of God is the human body, He resides in our heart – If I hate one then I also hate the one who is in us too. In this case, when someone is doing ugly things to us and our mind reacts to these things, then we should remember: to love the sinner but not his sins…
1:) Do we have the right to judge over people?
2:) What was the best experience in your life?
3:) Your best book you have read?
4:) If you are a witness of an awful car accident – what would you do?
5:) What could we do to fight poverty?
6:) You have a bottle of water. Is it half empty or half full?
7:) What is an alternative to our money-system?
8:) How can peace be reached in this world?
9:) What are your hobbies?
10:)Life is our teacher – what has life taught you?
11:)What means marriage to you?
Dear nominee, feel free to participate, it is a voluntary matter.