When the world ends, what will the human race look like?
The world will end in May, and if there is no world ending, there will be no human race.
The last day of the year is May 1st.
Puta is one of the most well-known and influential scholars of Putan Buddhism.
He has lived in India since the 1970s and is one the world’s foremost experts on Putan Buddhist philosophy.
He died last year.
In a conversation with News24, Puta said, “The end of the world is going to happen.
There is nothing you can do about it, and no matter how hard you try to stop it, there is going be a time when people will be going mad and people will die.”
The world is full of death, puta said.
The reason why the world will be ending is because humans will be unable to survive.
He believes the next day of May will be the end of time.
He is one person who believes that humans will die.
He was interviewed on the programme “The Last Days”.
I think the end time of the universe will be May 1, 2016.
So we have reached the end, we are going to be here, put ave.
He said, in Putan tradition, the last day will be a festival, and it will be like the festival of the Buddha.
You will see the Buddha, you will see all of the gods, and you will also be there in the middle of it.
The Buddhists of Puta believe the last night of May is a festival of rebirth.
He described it as a festival where you will be reborn as a Buddha.
He also said that there will always be some people who will be born as Buddhas.
Putan has been the founder of the Putan religion and is revered by thousands of people.
It has become a worldwide religion.
A large part of the population of Putana is Muslim.
He did not have any followers from the Middle East, where the Putans have a very strong presence.
He left India when he was 40 years old.
He spent two years in Thailand and the rest in the UK.
In 2017, Putan visited a temple in Thailand to pay respects to his late wife.
The temple, called the Joktung Temple, has been built by Puta’s family.
The monument erected at the site of his death is the first monument of its kind in Putana.
There are now several temples around the world dedicated to the Putanas.
There were more than 1,000 temples in Putanas lifetime, according to Puta, including the five oldest temples in India, which are called Jokkan and Sitkaran.
It was Puta who founded the Putana school in India.
In fact, he founded the school in 1932 and he died in 1970.
Putas teaching was in Sanskrit, and he believed the language was the language of the human mind.
He taught his students Sanskrit in their native language.
He had a reputation for teaching in Sanskrit.
The next day in the world, he will be cremated, put the word, the funeral will be in Puta language.
In Putan, a person’s life is a journey.
The first person is called a guru.
They are not living on a dream or a delusion.
They have come into this world to fulfill a mission, and this mission is to fulfill the mission of a Guru.
Putans death, and that of all the Putas, has brought joy to many people.
Some people in Putina have been chanting his name, some have taken pictures with it, others have held it up to show people.
The funeral will take place on the second Sunday of May at Putan Temple, a small temple in Chiang Mai.
It is called the funeral of the saint, the birthday of the sage, or the birthday for a saint.
There will be prayers and a procession to the place where the ashes of the founder will be carried.
There might be a celebration of his life.
The final rites of Putam will be held at Putana Temple, where Putas funeral will also take place.
There would be flowers and music, but there would be no fireworks.
In the beginning, he was very much a monk, and the place that he would be cremating was his own temple.
People in Putam believed that if the sun set on May 1 and the sun rose again on May 2, that would be the death of the master.
But in the last three years, the sun has not risen, and Putam has not been cremated.
He will be buried at a place called the cemetery, and his body will be placed in a coffin.
People will then be able to go to the cemetery and look at his body.
That is what Puta believed, he told News24.
He would like to make this a day that everyone can be proud of.