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I was talking to a Singhani today at the Gurdwara. We happened to mention the recent 'Respect for Guru Jee' campaigners and both agreed and supported this action and group.

I thought about how much we respect Bani. Baba Nand Singh Jee showed immense love and respect for Gurbani, I don't think anyone else has treated Guru Sahib with as much respect as he did and advocated others to do the same whenever possible.

When we have Parkash of Maharaj at home, or even Gutkey, do we respect Bani just as much at home? It is worth thinking about. We should all believe that 'Bani Guru, Guru Hai Bani', then do we respect the Bani in the Gutkey we have at home? Do we respect the Bani enough to take care of our Gutkey and place them in a clean place, I am not saying lets go to extremes, but a genuine effort will not go unnoticed.

I know a few families in which they have Parkash of Guru Maharaj, and the parents are Amritdhari, one Gyani in Letchworth Herts UK is in this position, his kids however, cook meat and drink in the same house, they are not 'into Sikhi' and so dont see any reason to change their lifestyle. Is this not important too? We should take an active stand against this and educate people, they may have shardha and love to want Guru Jee Parkash in their homes, but if the other members do not respect Guru Sahib and cook and drink on the premises, is it really worth it? I would prefer to go to the Gurudwara Sahib as I know some people in my family would not be able to respect the Bani and my Guru if there was Parkash at home.

Unfortunately, some kids in my Sikh Studies class brought up this issue and told me the Gyanis in Southall go to 'Glassi Junction' first and then go to do paath in the Gurdwara opposite. Kids notice this, and Im sure others are aware it goes on. I dont know how to stop this, infact the advice in this post is more for myself than anyone else, just my thoughts on this issue, I think education on how to respect Maharaj is just as important and maybe the Veers and Penji's who are in charge of the 'Respect for Guru Jee' campaign can concentrate their efforts on this issue also.

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I was talking to a Singhani today at the Gurdwara. We happened to mention the recent 'Respect for Guru Jee' campaigners and both agreed and supported this action and group.

I thought about how much we respect Bani. Baba Nand Singh Jee showed immense love and respect for Gurbani, I don't think anyone else has treated Guru Sahib with as much respect as he did and advocated others to do the same whenever possible.

When we have Parkash of Maharaj at home, or even Gutkey, do we respect Bani just as much at home? It is worth thinking about. We should all believe that 'Bani Guru, Guru Hai Bani', then do we respect the Bani in the Gutkey we have at home? Do we respect the Bani enough to take care of our Gutkey and place them in a clean place, I am not saying lets go to extremes, but a genuine effort will not go unnoticed.

I know a few families in which they have Parkash of Guru Maharaj, and the parents are Amritdhari, one Gyani in Letchworth Herts UK is in this position, his kids however, cook meat and drink in the same house, they are not 'into Sikhi' and so dont see any reason to change their lifestyle. Is this not important too? We should take an active stand against this and educate people, they may have shardha and love to want Guru Jee Parkash in their homes, but if the other members do not respect Guru Sahib and cook and drink on the premises, is it really worth it? I would prefer to go to the Gurudwara Sahib as I know some people in my family would not be able to respect the Bani and my Guru if there was Parkash at home.

Unfortunately, some kids in my Sikh Studies class brought up this issue and told me the Gyanis in Southall go to 'Glassi Junction' first and then go to do paath in the Gurdwara opposite. Kids notice this, and Im sure others are aware it goes on. I dont know how to stop this, infact the advice in this post is more for myself than anyone else, just my thoughts on this issue, I think education on how to respect Maharaj is just as important and maybe the Veers and Penji's who are in charge of the 'Respect for Guru Jee' campaign can concentrate their efforts on this issue also.

GurFateh Jee!

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When the nail has been knocked on the head with the Wedding thing, or more sangat activley take part in stading up to Beadbi like those Singhs and SINGHNIS (Yes, Singhnis included!!) then the problem will be put to rest!!!

IF each person who hears about this stuff stood up and said something in return to it all happening then it wake make life easier. For the above situation, Take 5 Thiyar BiThiyaar singhs to the house, inform they MUST stop cooking meat/drink in the house and clean PROPERLy up to standard of the singhs and only then will you allow maharaj to stay in the house. IF they refuse, then take Maharaj. No1 will stop you, and if they do, then use MINIMUM force to defend Guru Ji!! Thats why we are here, lets take a step on the path the campaigners are walking on and protect Sikhi from the people who are actually harming!! Not muslims, etc, but Supposed sikhs!!!!!

If that fails, then mail the campaign, and they will send singhs to take maharaj. This has been taken into account that this also happens and in due course this issue will be tackled also, Disrespect in the home as many Gurdwaray have said this too.

Please Sangat Ji, Stand up to this disrespect to Guru Ji and walk the Path the Sikhs walked to fight Beadbi to Guru Ji.

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