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  1. 'the topic starter believes something different to me, therefore she is wrong. i will not show respect for other peoples views because i am narrow minded and cannot think outside my tiny little box.'
  2. www.sikhitothemax.com click on 'tip of the day' next to 'random shabad' :wub:
  3. you've mis-spelt embarrassment :umm:
  4. gur govi(n)dh guovi(n)dh guroo hai naanak bhaedh n bhaaee ||4||1||8|| The Guru is God, and God is the Guru, O Nanak; there is no difference between the two, O Siblings of Destiny. ||4||1||8|| http://www.sikhitothemax.com/page.asp?ShabadID=1649
  5. there lies your true motive...emiiiiiii (nice one) :nihungsmile:
  6. nearest train station is probably paddington, but lancaster gate underground is even closer. for car parking id say marble arch, or mayfair car park on park lane.
  7. roughly how long does it take in the car to get from birmingham to coventry?
  8. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh! http://www.media.sikhsoul.com/audio/Keerta...-%20keertan.mp3 Is this recording of a particular Bani? Its so beautiful, where can i read these shabads collectively? Thankyou
  9. hahaha thats hilarious bhenji, something similar happened to me i was sitting in the gurdwara at a program, n this big singh comes n sits on one of my knees n crushed it coz there wasnt enough room. that was one of the most painful moments of my life, i had tears in my eyes. also when my nephew took a running jump into my lap, thats painful. something happened to me today but it might not be valid coz noone saw it but i was still embarassed. my bag was on the floor n it had tons n tons of books inside. so i got one hand n grabbed it (not very firmly) n pulled it up towards myself really hard coz i knew it was heavy...but my hand slipped coz i wasnt holding the bag properly n my hand whacked my forehead really hard hahaha
  10. My most embarassing Moments... PANDA EYES!! (pretty embarassing, especially when u got black streaks all over ur face) some of the bibia may know what im on about here... back in the day Calling the teacher MUM Getting haldi all over my brand new white n pink suit :umm: Taking someones else's coat by accident n swearing that it was mine...tried it on n it was ten sizes too big. Putting salt instead of sugar in the guests tea...got slapped silly afterwards! Falling UP the stairs, grabbing someone else to save myself, n pulling them down with me. Burning the highly awaited birthday cake...i swore it was gonna taste amazing, everyone just spat it out Being accused of shoplifting when a security tag got stuck to my shoe Walking home from Tesco's with a million bags, then two snapped n the tomatoes rolled into the road n got run over :'( they were such a bargain aswell, 2p per tomato ok, ive said too much now.
  11. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!! I'm not much of a writer, so kept this very brief. Recently I reached a stage in my life where I believed that I was incapable of love. Having lost a few people in a relatively short space of time, I thought that if I stopped feeling love then consequently I would stop feeling pain. So I isolated myself emotionally from my family and friends for several months. Fortunately, Guru Sahib saved me from this destructive state of mind before I could do any lasting damage. Once I returned to my former self, the experience of love became overwhelming. I would go to the Gurdwara and cry uncontrollably if a Gursikh hugged me, or if I listened to Gurbani. This is love. Knowing that Guru Sahib loves me is my only understanding of this concept. If I didn’t belong to Guru Sahib, I would not feel love. The idea of love is thrown around freely everyday, which doesn’t do this concept any justice. I’m trying not to use clichés here, but I feel that love cannot be defined through words- it can only be experienced by showing compassion and empathy. Maybe I haven’t helped the world by showing love; I have only assisted myself. I hope that one day we can agree to disagree, thus building love rather than creating divisions within the Khalsa panth. Bhul Chuk Maaf Karo Ji Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!!!
  12. Waheguru... thankyou feel really guilty about totally ignoring the previous essay marathons, so we have to contribute to this one!! if everyone wrote something, imagine the amount of inspiration it could give us! dont be scared of the word essay people, it doesn't have to be majorlyyyy long (does it?) :umm: Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!!
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