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  1. Correcting them would be a good job provided they listen to you. Best to talk to them individually, if u try and correct two people who do nindiya together, they wont change and actually make u feel wrong. If after you talk 2 them individually and they dont change, then dont take it to heart. We are told that Waheguru ji takes note of all our good and bad deeds we have done in life. You correcting them is a good deed and them gossiping is a bad deed for them. But if they dont change, you should just ignore them and avoid them if possible because more time you spend with them the more nindiya you will be hearing from them :-)
  2. Thanks Pyara Paji, I will give my views to sikh committee at Gurudwara on Sunday and infor them what we could do included all suggestions we recieved above. I believe having many countries to help will solve the problem before it becomes a law or something. I dont know which minsitry within the county can help. Maybe ministry of home affairs or would UN help?, or they dont do anything with relation to cultures and religion. Because we have a UN office hyere in the town i live in.
  3. Hi Its sad what is happening. Hope people dont get affected. Its sad why humans have created such things which destroy us......but thats not the question now, now all we should hope is all humans are safe and wish best for all. I hope the world learns lessons from this and know that GOD owns this world and can do anything any time. So lets avoid creating things which will/ can back fire on us
  4. Hi can i have some of ur reputation? :-P ....lolz

  5. Thanks Tera paji, i shall try and write to them. I hope a solutions comes up. I was hoping the Indian govt can talk on sikhs behalf to tell them why our turban is important since they dont wana listen to us. Yes Singh paji, i know Sunny uncle. We are maybe between 50 to 60 families in southern africa i.e excluding Zambia and Zimbabawe cause i dont know the sikh families there. The figure i gave was for families in South Africa and Botswana. Very few families in South Africa compared to Botswana....Botswana has more sangat in terms of number of sikhs. We have four Gurudwaras here, one in Boswana and three in SOuth Africa.
  6. Hi friends, I have a problem and need help. The country i live in is creating problems for sikh turbans. All government offices have started humilating sikhs by asking us to remove our pag whenever they take official photoes. The sikh community is tired and i belief someone has written to the Government of india but no response. We do not want to remove our pag to take these photoes and this guys wnt take our photoes if we do not remove pag. I need your help, do u know any organisation or government branch in India which has power to explain to the country government that this is agianst our sikh religion. The inidan embassy here has also acted uselessly and has not done anything. I think only government to government talks can solve the problem. Please let me know whom i can contact for this issue. Thanks alot.
  7. Forgeting the song, what really irritates me is these kind of singers cut their hair, beard and then put sikhi in their song (just like in this guys last paragraph)....what hathyaar is he talking about...one Nihang singh phoonk will make him fly away.....People like him and many other singers get away from Sikhi by cuiting their hair and then they claim themselves to be lions..... Guru Nanak ji told us we are all one.....and if any sikh believes he is a jat, papee, ramgrahri or chamyaar....they should know that they arent sikh...if u dont follow the 1st building block, then how do u expect to be in that religion. Sorry for starting my reply like above...just got hyper after the song and wanted to type alot......But it is high time sikhs get united....why are we soo seperated when Guru ji is still with us (Guru Granth Sahib ji).....all those separting us should be ashamed of themselves.... And for this guy singing...i dont know if Chmayaar are alot in Punjab, but most probly he put that word as a marketing thing to get all the chamyaars to buy it....same with Jat songs etc.....but all its doing its encouraging separation
  8. Hi guys i once recieved this email and decided to share it with u. Many of u may have read it before. It was sent to me when i was like 16 and had many questions regarding sikhism and maybe at one time was losing hope to keep my beard due to peer pressure and very few sikhs in my country, i felt lonely at times and avoided. Then one day i made an online friend and she helped get my sikh power back into me. This poem was sent by her and i really felt much better after reading it. (and i am not sure if it has been posted here before, forgive me for reposting if thats the case :-) ) WHO ARE SIKHS? I am a Sikh! I am born and brought up in this county. The turban and unshorn hair is part of the Sikh uniform.No-one believes me. They think I am part of the Taliban. They think I am an Arab. They think I am supporting terrorism. I keep telling everybody: “No! I am a Sikh! Sikhs are not part of the Taliban. Sikhs are not Muslims. Sikhs are not Arabs.” “Are you part of Islam” people ask? “Are you an offshoot of Hinduism” others say. “I have never heard of Sikhs” says another. Sikhs are a distinct people. Sikhs are a distinct nation. Sikhi is a distinct religion of peace, love and equality for whole humanity. Sikhs worship the One Supreme Truth, the One Ocean of Mercy, the One Creator Lord. Sikhs do not keep fasts, go to pilgrimages or pray to idols. Sikhs follow three principles of constantly remembering the Lord, living and working honestly, and sharing with others. Racists say “Get that rag off your head!” Ignorant people say: “Why do wear that hat?” Misguided Sikhs say, “Turban or no Turban what does it matter. Sikhs should move with the times and learn to integrate with society.” “I think you are mistaken”, I say. “My turban is not a hat. My turban is not a mere piece of cloth. My turban is a gift which I cannot discard.” I explain, “My turban is a crown blessed upon my head by my Father, Guru Gobind Singh Ji.” “My turban is a crown of grace, dignity and honour.” “My turban is a crown which protects my head, keeps my hair tidy and is the image of my Father.” “It’s backward to keep your hair!” says one person. “What is the point of cutting your nails and keeping your hair” says the cunning person. “There is no significance in today’s world of unshorn hair,” says the Sikh who has been led astray. Defending my identity and religion I say: “You are mistaken dear friend”. “My hair is not useless. My hair is a gift, a tool, and a technology bestowed upon by body by the Creator Lord. Each and every hair on my body has a practical and spiritual function. Each and every hair on my body is like electric wires which vibrate and pick up spiritual energy. Each and every hair on my body vibrates the energy, the power and spiritual force of meditating on the Lord. The hair on top of my head protects my skull and brain. The hair above my eyes prevents sweat and water going into my eyes. The hair on my body insulates my body, keeping me warm in the cold, and cool in the heat. The hair under my armpits prevents friction and irritation when moving my arms. My nails are dead material, which are cut to be hygienic, or they would snap off by themselves gradually. My nails are cut to be clean and tidy, and my hair is combed twice daily to remove dead hair to be tidy. My nails are not part of the Sikh uniform. “I see! That is amazing” says one person. “Fair enough, I am sorry” says the cunning person. “We have beautiful religion, a great gift given to us and we are so lucky to be blessed with such a technology and honour” says the Sikh who was led astray. Don’t hide your faith and idenity, share it with the world. Don’t be ashamed of who you truly are, walk with your head held high. Remember brothers and sisters your image is the manifestation of Guru Gobind Singh Singh Ji & Mata Sahib Kaur.
  9. Apart from being a wake up call for sprituality....i also think its a wake up call for human ignorance to the environment. As humans we take and continue to take Gods nature for granted. Its never too late, but yet agian people never tend to follow and want to do things that will cause more natural change. Plant more trees, avoid AC if u can, walk short distances instead of using car/ fuel....if we all do something we may reduce global warming and environment impact :-)
  10. Smile at rude and mean people, they need it the most :-)

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