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  1. Guest

    Sibling issue

    Hi My brother is smoking in the house constantly he doesnt listen my mom has mental issue and he stole 25k from her account and as well as sells drugs. Cops came to the house numerous times but he gets away by lying or telling on his friends however he is terrified of going to jail since he has run out of ways to get himself out. I'm sick of his actions and I already told crime stoppers without any help from them. I have the public guardian trustee involved that have taken action against him stopping him from financially abuse my mother and taking legal action to get her money back. But what can I do to stop his behavior i don't have a relationship with him at all I prefer to not see him again in the future. My cousins etc do not speak to him and suggested to kick him out of the house because he has never face consequences for his actions as a kid and my dad protected him when he was at fault. He is doing an injustice and hurting our community what should be my next step ?
  2. WJKK WJKF I am looking to buy a house and basically there is an issue with the house itself, so it might be a risk. I did a Hukam to ask Guruji what i should do and the below Hukam was blessed. Sorry I couldn't embed the Gurmukhi. Could someone please tell me what Guruji is advising me to do. http://sttm.co/s/1743/21251 sloku mÚ 1 ] salok mahalaa pehilaa ||Shalok, First Mehla: jy kir sUqku mMnIAY sB qY sUqku hoie ] je kar sootak ma(n)neeaai sabh tai sootak hoi ||If one accepts the concept of impurity, then there is impurity everywhere. gohy AqY lkVI AMdir kIVw hoie ] gohe atai lakaRee a(n)dhar keeRaa hoi ||In cow-dung and wood there are worms. jyqy dwxy AMn ky jIAw bwJu n koie ] jete dhaane a(n)n ke jeeaa baajh na koi ||As many as are the grains of corn, none is without life. pihlw pwxI jIau hY ijqu hirAw sBu koie ] pahilaa paanee jeeau hai jit hariaa sabh koi ||First, there is life in the water, by which everything else is made green. sUqku ikau kir rKIAY sUqku pvY rsoie ] sootak kiau kar rakheeaai sootak pavai rasoi ||How can it be protected from impurity? It touches our own kitchen. nwnk sUqku eyv n auqrY igAwnu auqwry Doie ]1] naanak sootak ev na utarai giaan utaare dhoi ||1||O Nanak, impurity cannot be removed in this way; it is washed away only by spiritual wisdom. ||1||
  3. kw90

    Becoming Sikh

    I'm not sure if I've found the right place for what I'd like to discuss. Feel free to have a read and if you can offer advice, it would be greatly appreciated. I'm 22 years old now. I was Christened as a baby but my upbringing was standard for living in North East England and there hasn't really been any religious way of living (i.e. attending place of worship etc). Although, on record, I am registered as being Christian, I don't see myself as being Christian. I haven't exactly got a religion, but I do have beliefs: I have a wide range of knowledge of all of the worldwide major religions. I find sense with some aspects and not so much with others. I believe in God, however, I believe that the concept of God is too complex for humans to understand. I pray to keep my mind at peace and to make sense of any issues going on in my life. A lot of my time is dedicated to helping people less fortunate than myself, whether that fortune is lacking in a financial/facility or health (lately, it has been mainly health). That describes my beliefs in a nut shell. In the past, I haven't sought to fit my beliefs into any category of any of the religions that I am aware of, until recently; I met a Sikh girl who I have become good friends with. I would like to learn more about Sikhism with a view to possibly becoming a Sikh. I have thought about visiting the Gudwara in Newcastle but I am not sure how I would initially approach people inside or whether or not I would be welcomed. I don't know the etiquette that I must follow inside the Gudwara and I don't want to offend. I simply want to learn more. Thank you for reading; if anyone can offer me some advice, it would be greatly appreciated.
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