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My sister is getting married in a few weeks (hopefully if the government say it's still safe). I feel sorry for her as we can't all get together as a family and do anything. It's really hard for me with my situation but I honestly want to make sure that she has the best experience possible. Does anyone have any ideas for what we can do to make the weeks before her wedding special at home? I've planned a home spa day.
We have been told to avoid human contact. However we are still finding ourselves in super market queues - the perfect spreading ground for the virus. The message which should have been sent out to us should have been clear and concise. It's not time to stock up what you don't have. Save lives by staying at home. Only go to the shop if completely necessary. If there are more than 5 people around you, you are better leaving the shop. People have not given the advice any deeper thought. Being caught in a queue is the worst thing. It should be viewed as waiting in the line of getting infected sooner. Queues are not being spaced out either. Are shops helping with the spread? How important is stocking up now? If shopping was equated to spreading, and the possibility of landing in the ICU, maybe people would take it more seriously. Warning Posters should be designed and shopkeepers should play a part in preventing queues while there is still time to do so. More so we should each take more responsibility and just stay at home despite all the temptations our brains are presenting to us.
Sometimes when I am rushing to work in the morning and don't have time to even go to gurdwara for ardas and matha tek (god forgive me) , I tend to do ardas in the direction of nearest gurdwara from my bedroom itself and do matha tek in that direction . Is this valid belief in sikhism ?