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  1. I was actually worried a little about the potential daughter in law and just the other day they were talking how happy they would be to have a daughter in law to help out around the house and how much they would enjoy taking care of potential grandchildren. I was immediately imagining this imaginary wife getting into some argument with my parents about taking care of the child and then my parents coming to me to pick sides. I think one way of preventing the resentment and hatred from building up is to just dive all into the affection and love for them and to do as much as I can to make t
  2. I don't intend to deceive them or lie to them at all. I want to be honest with them fully and tell what I think atleast once. I have been thinking how I should tell them in the best way possible where I'm still saying everything I want to say and their potential negative reactions are minimized. I keep rehearsing in my head because then even if everyone gets very emotionally reactive, I will be less likely to react in the same way and make the situation worse. I don't think they would ever go for family therapy or want to involve a third person and I wouldn't want that either. I plan on t
  3. Thanks for the responses. Yeah got 2 younger brothers, one is a year younger we'll call him sibling 1 the other is 10 years younger or sibling 2. We get along great and there's no problems between us at all. In fact the time I spend with them daily is the highlight of my day and I am grateful for having siblings like them. Me and sibling 1 are on the same page with our parents and we have this unspoken understanding where if they both get into some argument, we'll just do what we can to stay out of it as much as we can and not get entangled. Like especially we're in the car on some lo
  4. How would you go about letting your parents know you wanted to move it out in the future? I care for them, but they are somewhat controlling and clingy and can drain your energy often if you stay around them too much with all the arguing, and personal unhappiness/dukh and sometimes bitterness they carry with them. There's not much space where you can avoid them when they're not in a good mood and try to farm and keep your own peace internally and there isn't much privacy or space to act independently and it feels like I'm not free. Like I can't really go anywhere without them asking to know w
  5. dive into gurbani and search for answers directly from your guru. I love using igurbani at this link: https://www.igurbani.com/search. It's so convenient and really makes it much easier to connect with and understand guru sahib. You can search SGGS in different ways. For ex, you can search all of SGGS with a key english word for example and it will return a list of all gurbani that has that full english key word in its english translations. For example,you have a question about 'kaam' and in this context specifically to lust so we search lust. You will get the results as in the screenshot, an
  6. how is this stuff not sorted out or found before marriage. Usually you can pick up some vibes from people by meeting them.
  7. This sounds amazing, but I am not seeing too much yet about curriculum or what and how they are actually going to teach. It's probably too early but would be interesting to see. I think the main deciding factor about big projects like these being effective for our community's growth is the people and leadership behind the project. If the leaders and teachers are deep in sikhi, then naturally the students will be more drawn towards sikhi itself and the values will carry on. Hopefully it is not the case where the admins are in it for the money and status and could care less about the values and
  8. full shabad a little slower pace to enjoy more
  9. You can feel bhai sahibs prem its contagious!
  10. The Anandpur Sahib Resolution : The Anandpur Sahib Resolution represents a pivitol point of Sikh history, after many years of failed negotiations with the Govt, a list of minimum Sikh demands was drafted. It is interesting to note that it was drafted in 1973 and it was only after the Govt failed to accept these basic demands (many of which most States already enjoyed from 1947) that the Sikhs were forced into the Dharam Yudh Morcha (Agitation and protest).Read more: https://khalsaforce.in/anandpur-sahib-resolution/ Point by point demands found here: https://www.satp.org/satporgtp/co
  11. Shaheed Bhai Anokh Singh ji Babbar A jeevani can be found here: https://khalsaforce.in/anokh-singh-babbar/ The last video is from basics of sikhi in english, the first video is in english from bhai sukha singh uk as well mixed with punjabi,the other 2 videos are punjabi. There was a longer video from basics here:
  12. A Tribute to Shaheed Bhai Kulwant Singh Ji Nagoke: A well written jeevani of Bhai Sahib ji can be found here at this link: https://www.1984tribute.com/shaheed-bhai-kulwant-singh-nagoke/ Sant Jarnail Singh Ji talks about the shaheedi of bhai sahib in their speeches. If you go to speech number 12 at the link posted above sant ji directly talks about the shaheedi of bhai sahib. You can feel that love and pain in their hearts as they talk. Also I found this clip of Giani Jangbir Singh head kathavachak at sachkhand sri hazur sahib talk about bhai sahib ji and how close the
  13. All speeches of Sant Jarnail Singh Ji can be found at this link in mp3 format https://soundcloud.com/ouruitowl/sets/all-sant-baba-jarnail-singh
  14. I want to start a thread about 84 and the movement afterwards so anyone can come here and learn about it more.There isn't enough about it in one place so hopefully with guru sahib's grace this thread will serve to become a useful resource to learn about 84 .It's up to us the sangat to contribute and keep this thread going. It is all our responsibility to honour our shaheeds and to remember them and to keep their legacy ever new and alive to inspire our future generations. No one else can be blamed if our new generations aren't aware of their own heritage. It is all our fault for never teaching
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