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answered 2015-10-14 18:53:47 -0600

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At this point in my life. I am kind of addicted to gurbani, (and listening to vaheguru chants) normal is a societal construct. I used to think it was weird but now that I think about it, if this is weird than I do not want to be normal.

I am sometimes so addicted that, I have to listen to it almost most of the day. but still it makes me a happier person, and I still live a life, just not a destructive life.

basically it is the most liberating thing ever.

drug addict? huge difference, because drugs are temporary, waheguru is permanent and will be forever and always.

At this point in my life. I am kind of addicted to gurbani, (and listening to vaheguru chants) normal is a societal construct. I used to think it was weird but now that I think about it, if this is weird than then I do not want to be normal.

I am sometimes so addicted that, I have to listen to it almost most of the day. but still it makes me a happier person, and I still live a life, just not a destructive life.

basically it is the most liberating thing ever.

drug addict? huge difference, because drugs are temporary, waheguru is permanent and will be forever and always.