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  1. BhForce

    ISIS: Returning to the West

    Huh? So what do you want Europe or the US to do? Set 800 jihadists free into Europe?
  2. BhForce

    Hair Dye

    Well, you're advised not to. That said, you can do anything you want. It doesn't say exactly. Guru Granth Sahib ji is not a huge rulebook like the Old Testament or something. The basic principle is that we should accept the will of God. Aging is in his will, and we shouldn't try to be something that we are not. We should not try to pretend to be young, we should simply happily accept old age, and eventually death. They are not "Singhs". They're afraid of someone seeing them with white hairs. They are wimps. They are tankhaiyas (transgressors). Of course, anybody can do anything they want. But they should not claim to be "Singhs" and then tell "non-Singhs" that it's OK to violate the Rehit. That's not why they use dye. The fact that they get grey hair is not why they dye. They dye because they're trying to pretend not to be old. It's like saying, "I get tired, and that's why I use heroin."
  3. That's not what he asked. He asked if just sitting there listening to your breath counts as "meditation".
  4. Just as a clarification, it was 1 million Pakistani Rupees, not dollars. So about $7500 or so. Not nothing, but not a million dollars, either. Still, this is just as silly as the government of Indian Punjab giving awards to the widows of Indian soldiers who die fighting: That's not their responsibility. It's the responsibility of the employers of the soldiers (the Government of India).
  5. OK. So SHDF is what you would recommend for Sikhs to give money to? Why don't you create a topic to promote greater awareness of it?
  6. BhForce

    ISIS: Returning to the West

    Yes, they did look the other way. Or not. There was an article about jihadi brides "managing the household" including newly acquired sex slaves.
  7. BhForce

    ISIS: Returning to the West

    I'm sure that radio segment was a bomb.
  8. Yeah, just to clarify I wasn't trying to get into the Pakistan-India debate here, just saying that a soldier, any soldier is employed by a government, which is responsible for that soldier. Does anybody know what Ravi Singh was thinking?
  9. No kidding. What do we even care for "brave Pakistani soldiers"? This is even nuttier than Khalsa Aid rushing to help Muslims that rich Arabs can't be bothered to help. News flash: soldiers are employed by a state. That state pays them.
  10. BhForce

    Nitnem or whole SGGS

    Yes, both.
  11. BhForce

    ISIS: Returning to the West

    Of course there is, bro. The Europeans, though, are too stupid to recognize and deal with the threat. Swedish city to offer returning Isis fighters housing and benefits in reintegration programme https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/sweden-isis-fighters-city-lund-returning-jihadis-housing-job-education-benefits-reintegration-a7371266.html So the jihadis will be giving a free living in order to have their housing, etc., taken care of while they peruse the Koran for inspiration in killing infidels. Head-palm level stupidity.
  12. What you are doing is physically relaxing. That's good for your physical health, but it doesn't do you any spiritual good. Gurbani says to remember God via the Word, not mere meditation (without the Shabad): ਗੁਰ ਕੈ ਸਬਦਿ ਅਰਾਧੀਐ ਨਾਮਿ ਰੰਗਿ ਬੈਰਾਗੁ ॥ Through the Word of the Guru's Shabad, I worship and adore the Naam, with love and balanced detachment. p1425 ਬ੍ਰਹਮੁ ਬਿੰਦੈ ਤਿਸ ਦਾ ਬ੍ਰਹਮਤੁ ਰਹੈ ਏਕ ਸਬਦਿ ਲਿਵ ਲਾਇ ॥ The person who focuses his attention through the one Shabad who recognizes God preserves his Brahminism. p649
  13. BhForce

    Upar Wala

    The question was literally this: The answer is, I would have to say, "Yes". People do use the term Upar Wala. The next question is: Is there anything wrong with that word. It's quite difficult for me to condemn someone using the term Uppar Wala, because the term has Gurbani backing. Whether any specific parcharak may have every used the term, I don't know. But now that the question has been asked, I'm sure I will notice it when someone does. Most Punjabis use the word Rabb for God.

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