both are same, questions on him will be like questions on you
with humble,you always will be higher than me
Both are not same and yes, i believe in God Almighty.
friend mohitmisra is knowledgable, he can teach you, PLS believe me, i never heard him say islam is wrong, then why are you dont listen to him, give yourself a chance, pls give yourself a chance, listen to what he is trying to say.
Have been there already and I was a wild guy , a shippy.
A shippy, how cool I started off working in the local Chippy, was a bit of a cod and there was something fishy about my boss. The wages were crap as well but the guys I worked with used to chip in to buy me drinks, guess back then I was a poor soul !
This is not a equation. I believe in me. I am here and have substance and there are records that prove my existance. I do not claim to rule the universe and I do not force people to worship me through the threat of enternal pain and agony.
Definitely not, self confidence(derived from belief?) is not the same as faith/belief in God. One can live without the concept of God, but not without belief on self. Right?
I believe my individual idea of God or a creator. http://hubpages.com/hub/GOD-LOGIC
I do not actually believe in me.
I have the illusion of a separate self, but I have sufficient evidence that it is an illusion that I do not believe my limited perceptions to be an accurate representation of the actual situation.
I am happy to play along with the game, because life gets pretty dull if I don't, but I really don't take my existence as a given.
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