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  1. Thanks for support. Some of the videos have become quite popular. Yes will be focusing more on YouTube and uploading more on there as it's a better platform for religious videos. Only came across TikTok recently and thought would give it a try. Can't post longer video then 1 minute so can't post in depth and have to cram everything in.
  2. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh.
  3. Absolutely terrible. We must do something about this.
  4. SSA all. Hope everyone is fine and well. I Just wanted to let everyone know that I am now on TikTok and have an account where I post educational videos on Sikhi. In a short space of time I have gained considerable popularity thanks to supporters and followers liking my channel. I am not afraid to tackle difficult subjects and talk about extremism and religious conversions by Christians and Muslims aswell as many other topics. I am not part of any Jathas or Sikh groups, but completley independent. Please take some time to view and share. You can also make suggestions on what I should cover in my next videos. The link to my TikTok profile is below. https://vm.tiktok.com/wn7jjY/ Here I talk about Muslim conversion in India https://vm.tiktok.com/KLowBD/ Here I question certain Christian principles. https://vm.tiktok.com/KLqBDp/ I am also on YouTube SikhismGuide https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCfRXqXe5vTHpjHlLU-MOHwp Many Thanks I do all this for free and do not ask for anything in return. All I ask is. if people find the videos helpful then please share via social media so that more awareness can be raised and videos get around more. Many Thanks
  5. Earth does not need humans. In fact humans have become a blight on nature.
  6. A collection of Sakhis from SikhismGuide.net https://www.sikhismguide.net/sakhis-of-the-gurus-moral-stories/ A Sakhi is a parable usually from the era during the times of the Gurus. However, many sakhis do exist from the period before and after the times of the Ten Gurus. Most Sakhis have a simple moral lesson and highlight important Sikh principles. Below is the list of important Sakhis with a message for Sikhs. Revival of Manak Chand Guru Amar Das Ji, the third Guru of Sikhs purchased some land in Goindwal and laid the foundation of a Bawli (a well with descending steps) in 1559. All Sikhs joined in the work of digging the Bawli. There was great activity throughout the construction of the Bawli. After digging very deep, they found large stones which hindered the progress. The underwater reserve was just below the stones. The Guru asked the Sikhs if there was any one who would be courageous to drive a peg into the base to remove the obstruction. He, however, warned that the operation had great danger because if the person could not avert the gush of water, he might drown.All Sikhs remained silent and no one came forward to take such a risk. At last, Manak Chand of Vairowal, who was married to a niece of Guru Ji, offered his services. Manak Chand, invoking God’s name and through the grace of the Guru, was able to wedge through the stone and the stream of water immediately overflowed the Bawli. He was overtaken by the gush of water and drowned. However, by the grace of the Guru, his body came to the top of the water from where he was taken out by Sikhs. He was then brought back to life by Guru Amar Das Ji with the grace of God. Therefore, he was called ‘Marjiwra’ (revived after death).The Bawli when finished yielded fresh drinkable water. The Sikhs rejoiced at the successful completion of their labor. Bhai Lalo and Malik Bhago Guru Nanak Dev Ji traveled to a number of places, including Saidpur, now known as Eminabad. Before Guru Ji arrived at Saidpur, the word has spread in the whole city that a holy man is going to visit their town. Malik Bhago was the chief of the town. He was a corrupt person and who had earned a lot of wealth through unfair means. He would charge extra tax to the poor farmers and would take most of their crop, leaving them hungry. He had become a wealthy person by taking other’s belongings. When Malik heard the news of Guru Ji’s arrival, he started preparing for Guru’s stay at his house. https://www.sikhismguide.net/sakhis-of-the-gurus-moral-stories/
  7. Biting the hand that feeds you is a mortal sin. But in this circumstance it's different as wild animals will go on hunger
  8. Only Waheguru can explain such things. Bermuda triangle is indeed fascinating and mysterious.
  9. WJKK WJKF Just an update. The email to contact for seva and volunteering enquiries is sikhismguide@hotmail.com As one of the sevadars I will not be able to respond to enquiries directly. So please be patient and wait for reply from website organisers. Many thanks WJKK WJKF
  10. Home cooked nutritious food is great for the soul.
  11. Corruption is a great sin. We need transparency and accountability. May the truth come out.
  12. Canada is a great place to migrate to. Few countries can rival the natural beauty of the country. Along with very good economic prospects.
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