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  1. A girl went to her friends house and she

    ended up staying longer than planned, and had to walk home alone.

    She wasn't afraid because it was a small community and she lived only a few blocks away.

    As she walked along under the bike trail Diane asked God to keep her safe from harm and danger. She was thinking, contemplating, remembering and praying to God

    When she reached the alley, which was a shortcut to her house, she decided to take it.

    However, halfway down the alley she noticed a man standing at the end as though he were waiting for her.

    She became uneasy and began to pray, asking for God's protection.

    Instantly a comforting feeling of quietness and security wrapped round her, she felt as though someone was walking with her.

    When she reached the end of the alley, she walked right past the man and arrived home safely.

    The following day, she read in the newspaper that a young girl had been attacked in the same alley just twenty

    minutes after she had been there.

    Feeling overwhelmed by this tragedy and the fact that it could have been her, she began to weep.

    Thanking the Lord for her safety and to help this young woman, she decided to go to the police station.

    She felt she could recognize the man, so she told them her story.

    The police asked her if she would be willing to look at a lineup to see if she could identify him.

    She agreed and immediately pointed out the man she had seen in the alley the night before.

    When the man was told he had been identified, he immediately broke down and confessed.

    The officer thanked Diane for her bravery and asked if there was anything they could do for her.

    She asked if they would ask the man

    one question. Diane was curious as to why he had not attacked her.

    When the policeman asked him, he answered, "Because she wasn't alone.

    She had two tall men walking on either side of her".

  2. Vaheguru... This is sad. Being an amritdharee and totally turning your back towards gurujee, how did it feel? :( He did so much kirpa on you to even get the opportunity to taste his nectar and we totally ignore him. If you think you did not have 'fun' while you were being gurujees daughter, then you should really think about what your goal is in this life. What do you want to do? Continue in fake bliss or go back on our beloved guru's path? I know that it is mainly the SANGAT you are around and hanging with ... you choose your freinds .. it all depends on what ur mind finds "fun" All these gurmukh pyare consider their true freind Gurusahib himself and im sure that they have thier "freind" whenever they are in need. Bhen, if you think doing ur eyebrows and waxing is what makes you happy, a fake roop then i dont know ... Think about how ur attitude was when you were preparing for amrit.. how much excitment there was.. the rehat the happiness the peacefulness ..... now think about the opposite excitment ur having now ... panful eyebrow threading, trying hard to fit in by copying others to be "popular" no offense but ur "popular" in the wrong crowd... iF you EVER want to go back and need support message me we can do amritvelaa calls rehraas ..anything .. im here to help 24/7 .. i think its time to turn around and talk to gurujee again ... he was standing behind u the whole time .. the only true "freind" u'll ever have

  3. You eat everyday is that a ritual? You brush your teeth and bathe everyday is that a ritual? You go toilet multiple times during the day, is that a ritual?

    The same way the above are a normal part of daily life, so is Nitnem abiyaas for Singhs / Kaurs of the Khalsa Panth.

    Maharaj states empty rituals are useless and cant get you to Vaheguru. Remembering Vaheguru can not be a empty ritual.

    hahah couldnt have said it better :)

  4. Vahegurujeekaakhalsa Vahegurujeekeefateh!

    Bhenjee I'm the only one in my college here too (atlanta) ... I havent gotten any racist comments yet but you just have to think what matters more.... what people think of you or what gurujee thinks of you and im sure he's extra proud of his daughter :)

  5. Wear it in dumalla, gupt style, but remember where you position it for ease of access. You can get 4 inch to 5 inch ones that will still do the game if need be... Make sure the handle of it aint showing either otherwise they will ask you about it...

    Wearing a symobolic one is useless. You end up kidding yourself for not being steadfast and not trying every means possible first.

    EXACTLY :)

  6. During the partition of India and Pakistan, in a remote village near the border in the Western Punjab (Pakistan side), there were few Sikh families who used to go to the local Gurudwara where the head Granthee jee always preached the Guru's word. One night when the riots started, everyone gathered in the Gurudwara. They started asking the Granthee jee if Guru is going to come and rescue them from this. Granthee jee went in front of the Guru Granth Sahib jee and did the Ardaas. "Hey Sache Patshah, I have always lived by your word. I have always belived and taught everyone Gur Mere Sang Sadda hai Naale. Hey mere Sahib, the time is here where everyone is looking at me and asking me if you will save us. Hey mere Waheguru jee, please show everyone that you are always our Ang Sang. Please save us." The Granthee jee did the Ardaas and went to the people. Everyone started questioning him, where is your Guru? Where is the one who will save us? The mob started getting near the Gurudwara. Everyone could hear the angry mob and started getting anxious. Then they heard a truck's voice. Someone looked outside and saw a Gursikh Army officer honking the truck and calling everyone to get in the truck. Everyone ran and sat down in the truck. The Granthee jee looked at the Gursikh and asked him where did he come from? The Gursikh told him that he was here to take everyone to the other side of the border (Indian side). The Singh had a shiny face and he looked very calm. He was constantly reciting the naam and baani. After reaching the Indian side of the Punjab, the Singh took everyone to the Gurudwara sahib where every one got off safely. Granthee jee thanked the Gursikh and asked him again who he was and where did he come from. The Gursikh told him that his duty was done and it's time for him to go now. After saying Waheguru ji ka Khalsa Waheguru ji ki Fateh, the Gursikh left. Granthee jee started weeping becaause he knew that GurSikh was none other than Sahib Guru Gobind Singh jee himself who heard his Ardaas and came to help him :BOW:

  7. man i hate that hey? my parents when i talk to them about sikhi say im just making stuff up and ruining the relegion and i ask why and they say because ur being to strict..i cant believe that everyone calls being proper being bad.. it makes me sooooo mad...

    Show them Gurbani when they doubt you, they can't argue then :)

    they do man, im telling u people jus dont wanna exept something right even if all the evidence is int here face because the right way is usually the hard way. but yeah even if i do show gurbani they just go "you can say whatever but i know ur doing rong"

    lolll true say :) but as long as we have gurujee on our sides we;re stronger than everrrrrrrrrrr :D

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