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  1. I'm assuming that it comes from the tuk in Sukhmani Saheb, "Sat bachan saadhu updesh".
  2. I think this might be of interest to you. Bhai Gurmeet Singh sentencing.pdf It is the sentencing verdict for all involved in Beanta case.
  3. Love this thread! Very refreshing attitude! Thank you Bhaji!
  4. Waheguruji ka khalsa Waheguruji ki fateh. To start with, it's a "ladies only swimming session!". Even if they were immodest, there wouldn't be any men around. I don't really get what the fuss is about! Secondly, when I go swimming, I wear this http://www.dicandiafashion.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/modest-swimwear-for-women-muslim.jpg Now, if one expects me to wear a burqa, socks, and gloves to prevent anyone seeing any square-inch of my skin, too bad! I ain't doin' that! Also, please let the Kaurs be the judge of what they should or shouldn't be doing! Thank you for the freedom you've granted (!)
  5. ਜੈਸੇ ਏਕ ਆਗ ਤੇ ਕਨੂਕਾ ਕੋਟਿ ਆਗ ਉਠੈ ਨਿਆਰੇ ਨਿਆਰੇ ਹੁਇ ਕੈ ਫੇਰਿ ਆਗ ਮੈ ਮਿਲਾਹਿਂਗੇ ॥ jaisae eaek aag thae kanookaa kott aag out(h)ae niaarae niaarae hue kai faer aag mai milaahi(n)agae || As from a big fire, millions of sparks of fire arise, they get scattered and again they merge in the same fire. ਜੈਸੇ ਏਕ ਧੂਰਿ ਤੇ ਅਨੇਕ ਧੂਰਿ ਪੂਰਤ ਹੈ ਧੂਰਿ ਕੇ ਕਨੂਕਾ ਫੇਰ ਧੂਰਿ ਹੀ ਸਮਾਹਿਂਗੇ ॥ jaisae eaek dhhoor thae anaek dhhoor poorath hai dhhoor kae kanookaa faer dhhoor hee samaahi(n)agae || As from a heap that consists of myriads of dust particles, those dust bits disperse and arise above and then those dust particles merge in the same dust. ਜੈਸੇ ਏਕ ਨਦ ਤੇ ਤੰਰਗ ਕੋਟਿ ਉਪਜਤ ਹੈਂ ਪਾਨਿ ਕੇ ਤਰੰਗ ਸਬੈ ਪਾਨਿ ਹੀ ਕਹਾਹਿਂਗੇ ॥ jaisae eaek nadh thae tha(n)rag kott oupajath hai paan kae tha(n)rag sabai paan heekehaahi(n)agae || As from a river millions of waves of water are produced and these watery waves merge with water and will still be called as water. qYsy ibs rup qy ABUq BUq pRgt huie qwhI qy aupj sbY qwhI mY smwihNgy ] 17]87] thaisae bis rup thae abhooth bhooth pragatt hue thaahee thae oupaj sabai thaaheemai samaahi(n)agae || 17||87|| As both the animate (sentient beings) and inanimate (non-sentient objects) are manifested from the Universal Lord. They arise from Him and shall merge again in their primal source.(17)(87) The above quote from Sri Akal Ustat (Dasam Bani - 48) explains how 'Aatma' is a part of the 'Param-aatma'. The soul, as compared to God, is like a drop compared to the ocean.The drop, and the ocean, are both water. In the same manner, the soul and God are the same. When one remembers Sri Akaal Purakh ji whilst simran, it's very difficult to confine him into particular roles. With Maharaaj ji's kirpa, Sri Akaal Ustat explains in an extremely vast way about how Akaal Purakh ji is prevading the the universe and the world we live in. Above all of it, He is actually our real self. And it can be very hard to imagine it whilst doing simran if one hasn't yet had the 'darshan' of the real self. In my humble opinion, the easiest way of remembering Him whilst simran would be the Guru's role He's playing for us! To plead to Him, the Guru, to show us the real self, to show us the right path, to help us across the way, ....all of it can only be done by the Guru. And we sikhs are utmost blessed that Sri Waheguru ji is our Guru Himself! What else can one want! qUM myrw ipqw qUMhY myrw mwqw ] thoo(n) maeraa pithaa thoo(n)hai maeraa maathaa || You are my Father, and You are my Mother. qUM myrw bMDpu qUM myrw BRwqw ] thoo(n) maeraa ba(n)dhhap thoo(n) maeraa bhraathaa || You are my Relative, and You are my Brother. qUM myrw rwKw sBnI QweI qw Bau kyhw kwVw jIau ]1] thoo(n) maeraa raakhaa sabhanee thhaaee thaa bho kaehaa kaarraa jeeo ||1|| You are my Protector everywhere; why should I feel any fear or anxiety? ||1||
  6. I don't think excommunication means anything to them any more. Moreover, there are still many Gurdwara sahebs where Darshan Ragi and crew are cordially invited. If excommunication would've meant anything, people who invite the excommunicated, would've had to respond to Sri Akaal Takhat Saheb. But nothing ever happens. I think that, to be excommunicated from the panth, has lost its meaning.
  7. Omg! I did that! And thought I was nuts because no one else around me ever did it! LOL! I;m SO happy to know someone else's brain worked in a weird way like mine did! :D
  8. Dear Bhaji, I don't think that attacking someone personally is a solution to whatever is being discussed. I understand that it might be annoying for you to constantly have someone with a different viewpoint, but it's not very nice to say something like that to people. Whatever the problem or issue might be, let's just discuss it with love and mutual understanding along with acceptance of different viewpoints. I hope you wouldn't mind me have said so, but I just couldn't keep myself from speaking up. Also, I agree with you that such distortion of the body is not Gurmatt. The body is meant to be kept as a sacred temple for the soul within. I'm also wondering whether tattoos have any subtle-effects on the other subtle bodies we have...
  9. Not to forget the names of the programmes that do not match the actual programme being run!
  10. Listen to what your inner voice says. Try to stay away from make up...very bad for your skin. About jewellery... if the voice in your head says that you can show off your money by wearing expensive jewellery...or anything indicating 'kaam'... refrain yourself. Be honest to yourself. But if it's only meant to be for accessorising etc. go for it. Don't make it so hard for yourselves that you might start hating rehat. Remember, it's only a phase...and after a while you might simply get over it when you've had enough!
  11. Without reading Gurbani, one cannot progress. Be it even at least Mool mantar...but one has to be reciting Gurbani apart from Waheguru Gurmantar simran.
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