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Heera Singh

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  1. I think last week's assasination plot will give obama more votes...
  2. leave it up to the media to exaggerate everything... we will be fine...
  3. Very Interesting... Pass it On! http://www.iftheworldcouldvote.com/
  4. I think this is straying away from what the original poster was saying... I think the original poster was asking what we feel about an inter-religious relationship; for example where one person is a Sikh and the other person is of a diff faith...
  5. what an amazing thing to do, to give a child a shelter, a loving parents to grow up with.. i've always wanted to adopt a child... maybe some day it will happen a lot of respect to those who do it and do it with pure love
  6. it depends on which program you want to complete and also if the uni's you want to go to are actually offering that program.. then you have to find out of those universities offering those programs will transfer your credits and all that good stuff... sometimes they will transfer all, sometimes they will transfer most but might require you to make up some other credits... find out where you would ideally like to live.. then research universities/colleges in that city.. and find out which offer the program you are seeking... then when u find that out, contact the university administrators via
  7. it could be that all the writers in bani were of 'male' background... and for a male, the biggest temptation would be a female.. that could be why its regarded as a female character... however, i think its just metaphorically speaking... cuz we all know maya is just anything that takes us away from God... i would say the strongest element to derive our minds would be lust... which is why a lot of Bhagat Kabeer Jee's writings are taking against 'female'; which is not really against women, but the notion of "maya" which is given a feminine characteristic...
  8. at the end of the day you want somebody who compliments your spirituality and doesn't take you away from your faith (in our case, sikhi) in any way... Also i don't think it would be progressive to be married to somebody who does things that are against your beliefs (for example... if one person is amritdhari and marries someone of a different faith who cuts their hair or drinks or whatever -- or even something like 'ritualistic fasting' or whatever)... remember, marriage is a spiritual bond more then anything.. and yes, kids are a huge part too.. for those couples who are of diff faith, this
  9. I have to disagree.. India has a lot of natural resources/food resources and a LOT of military...
  10. i've heard a lot about this recently... so i did my own research about the topic... what do you all think? its not just a 'conspiracy theory', but its apparently been studied and 'proven' with documentation and testimony from those scientists involved in the creation of this 'virus'... apparently it was created by the American gov't (surprise surprise).. check this out... NEWS Releases: Dr. Boyd E. Graves' Research & News Archives 1999 - 2008
  11. The world economy is not going to collapse. This is a routine correction in the marketplace. It might be a little bit more strong then other recent corrections, but it will give way soon enough. In fact, this is a great time for investors to start putting money into the markets. However, one of the major challenges now that we are facing that we really haven't faced before is that the correlation between the major markets is getting more tight. For example, it used to be that if the US economy was going down, one of the other major economies would go up, and vice verse. But due to the increase
  12. I think its just practical. Think about it, especially when you have hundreds, even thousands of sangataa, you don't want any chance for there to be any 'hanky panky' goin on or some 'looking' or any of that.. Its most simple to keep men and women separated... Best to stop something (or at least limit greatly) from happening before it does... its no biggie though.. at the end of the day, our focus should be on Guru Sahib anywayz... not about who's sittin where or whatever... all these petty little things just distract us from the real important things...
  13. I think separations in communities have been around for thousands of years. Unfortunately its become a part of human nature. It seems to be a lot worse in some areas as compared to others; India is a good example of that. But I think History has played a big part in that... especially when u look at the number of different cultures, religions, ethnicities etc... that are co-mingled in india... and not to mention the cross-breeding and all that stuff... there must've always been the 'status' thing where one group says to another 'I'm better then you' or 'I have more power' etc... I think its so
  14. http://www.spectrumcosmeticslabs.com/prod/nn/nn114.htm Thats what I use. Just wet your dara, comb it and apply a little bit in ur palms.. rub them together and apply to dara... no stains... its healthy.. and it smells good... also.. gives the dara a nice healthy look, rather then the 'greasy' look that baby oil and other oils give...
  15. so... that would make me hardcore, because i don't associate with India?... interesting....
  16. dunno if this has already been posted... probably has, but i'm too lazy to look for it :D first gurdwara in dubai.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibaI0VmHV3E
  17. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/7474656.stm
  18. Thanks for the link... that one is a good track.. do u have any others like that, that are just straight gur mantr (without sound effects, keertan, acoustics etc...)? Vaheguru Jee Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Jee Kee Fateh!!
  19. Black Money In Swiss Bank Swiss Banking Association report 2006 by Naman Sood on Apr 15, 2008 01:44 PM Deposits in Banks located in the territory of Switzerland by nationals of following countries Top 5India---- $1456 billion Russia----- $470 billion UK-------- $390 billion Ukraine $100 billion China------ $96 billion Now do the math India with $1456 billion or $1.4 trillion has more money in Swiss banks than rest of the world COMBINED. Public loot since 1947: Let us bring back our money M R Venkatesh | April 15, 2008 | 09:34 IST It is one of
  20. thanks for the links guyz, but i need just repetition of Vaheguru.... like, no music or instrumental anything in the background... thanks for ur time guyz... anybody else have anything?
  21. I REALLY REALLY need a simran track of just Vaheguru Gur-Mantr... but not keertan/musical style... just 'acapella'... i'm sure sum1 has posted somethin before, but i don't know where to start looking.. can sum1 PLEASE help me out??
  22. Buddhists shave their heads because they believe that 'shaves' away their ego... (something I was told from a buddhist monk)..
  23. That doesn't make sense... that paragraph just contradicted itself... u said he's all knowing, but not high intellectual.. a person can be of high intellect and enlightened and still live a simple and ordinary life... i.e. Guru Nanak Dev Jee You have just admitted it not being needed...Thus its creation is the word of man, not the word of God...
  24. its good that you can admit that.. most people would not... I'm confused... don't you think Jesus as God? and isn't God all-knowing? If Jesus was truly the being you see him to be, then yes, he would know all, and would be able to write his own testament. A question arises to my mind; If Jesus knew the Old Testament, and he followed it seriously, why the need to create a New Testament? Or, if there were things he didn't agree with in the Old Testament, being a 'God-Being', God would have ordained him to create a New Testament by His own hand, no?
  25. I don't see anything wrong with the conversation. He's asked questions, we've answered them, and the conversation has progressed forward. He's made statements and we're asking questions on those statements. This seems to be a mature conversation, in my opinion. He's already stated he doesn't feel offended or threatened by this conversation. All the questions he's asked have been answered, and now we're asking him questions on his faith; is there anythig wrong with that? Not in my opinion.. When he asks more questions, I'm sure we'll be more then happy to answer them to the best of our abili
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