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You're walking down the street, you are approached by someone, they ask if you have a minute or two to spare for a quick survey, you say you're in a hurry to get somewhere and rush off. Further down you are stopped again, this time someone offers you something in return for a minute of your time, pleased at the fact you will get something in return you stop and give up some of your time. These people attract us by giving us things that please our mind, that satisfy our needs, maybe they come dressed in certain clothes, or they speak in a certain way to get your attention.

If you ask a friend for help again and again you can bet that eventually that friend will get annoyed and stop talking to you, turn their back on you.

Maharaj has given us everything, yet we still hesitate to find the time for our Guru. Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj has given Sacrifice 11 times to get our attention, are we still so inconsiderate that we will not give up one day to pay our respects to our Guru who gives us everything? Whenever we have a problem in our lives we can always count on Maharaj to be there for us, never stopped talking to us, never turned His back on us, can we say that we can do the same for our Guru?

Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji gave his life and Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji called upon the Sikh nation to awake, creating armies he fought against the tyrants! Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji Sacrificed his life so that a religion which he had not belief in could continue to lve their lives without oppression! Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji again woke the Panth and created aneed for unity and after the sacrifice of His family turned to his enemy and said, so what if you have killed four of my Son's, when thousands will rise in their place! Sant Jarnail Singh Khalsa Bhindranwale woke the Sikh's of the 20th Century, making them aware of the oppression and struggles Sikh's were facing in this day and age. Teaching us that if we are ever to break these shackles of slavery we must Unite! Read Bani, Take Amrit and become the Son's and Daughter's of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji so that one day we may be blessed to have his Darshan.

On 16th March 2009, Sri Guru Granth Sahib Sacrificed 11 Saroops to teach us a lesson! We must unite to pay our respects to our Guru, but also to unite as the Khalsa Fauj that was once created to destroy the tyrants. If we do not accept our responsibilities, how can we ever show our face to our Father, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

With the amazing Kirpa of Maharaj there is a Sehaj Paath Bhog this Sunday, 24th May 2009, Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Park Avenue, Southall. After the Bhog the Pavitar Ashes of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Maharaj will be taken to the Thames for the final ceremony.

“God has blessed us with beautiful bodies, he gives us good food and the greatest of all he has blessed us with birth into a Sikh household, then if we get tired or lazy we do not have the right to live – as we should be dedicating each breath to Sikhi Parchar.” - Sant Kartar Singh Khalsa Bhindranwale.

The question to ask yourself is do we deserve the right to live if we cannot find time for our Guru.....

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we should all put an effort into attending this sunday

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You're walking down the street, you are approached by someone, they ask if you have a minute or two to spare for a quick survey, you say you're in a hurry to get somewhere and rush off. Further down you are stopped again, this time someone offers you something in return for a minute of your time, pleased at the fact you will get something in return you stop and give up some of your time. These people attract us by giving us things that please our mind, that satisfy our needs, maybe they come dressed in certain clothes, or they speak in a certain way to get your attention.

If you ask a friend for help again and again you can bet that eventually that friend will get annoyed and stop talking to you, turn their back on you.

Maharaj has given us everything, yet we still hesitate to find the time for our Guru. Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj has given Sacrifice 11 times to get our attention, are we still so inconsiderate that we will not give up one day to pay our respects to our Guru who gives us everything? Whenever we have a problem in our lives we can always count on Maharaj to be there for us, never stopped talking to us, never turned His back on us, can we say that we can do the same for our Guru?

Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji gave his life and Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji called upon the Sikh nation to awake, creating armies he fought against the tyrants! Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji Sacrificed his life so that a religion which he had not belief in could continue to lve their lives without oppression! Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji again woke the Panth and created aneed for unity and after the sacrifice of His family turned to his enemy and said, so what if you have killed four of my Son's, when thousands will rise in their place! Sant Jarnail Singh Khalsa Bhindranwale woke the Sikh's of the 20th Century, making them aware of the oppression and struggles Sikh's were facing in this day and age. Teaching us that if we are ever to break these shackles of slavery we must Unite! Read Bani, Take Amrit and become the Son's and Daughter's of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji so that one day we may be blessed to have his Darshan.

On 16th March 2009, Sri Guru Granth Sahib Sacrificed 11 Saroops to teach us a lesson! We must unite to pay our respects to our Guru, but also to unite as the Khalsa Fauj that was once created to destroy the tyrants. If we do not accept our responsibilities, how can we ever show our face to our Father, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

With the amazing Kirpa of Maharaj there is a Sehaj Paath Bhog this Sunday, 24th May 2009, Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Park Avenue, Southall. After the Bhog the Pavitar Ashes of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Maharaj will be taken to the Thames for the final ceremony.

“God has blessed us with beautiful bodies, he gives us good food and the greatest of all he has blessed us with birth into a Sikh household, then if we get tired or lazy we do not have the right to live – as we should be dedicating each breath to Sikhi Parchar.” - Sant Kartar Singh Khalsa Bhindranwale.

The question to ask yourself is do we deserve the right to live if we cannot find time for our Guru.....

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"O Lord, protect me with Your Hand" - Chaupai Sahib. Every day we ask Maharaj 4 protection, bt wen sum1 attacked our Guru were we der 2 protect our Guru? If anything we shud cme 2 Park Avenue Gurdwara @ 12 pm dis Sunday 24th May not only 2 pay our respects but 2 ask 4 forgiveness, n ask Maharaj to give us the strength to fight the tyrants and unite as a Panth under one Nishaan Sahib.

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To someone who knows better,

At the Sanskar Ceremony in March 09 Sant Jagjit Singh said that the asht of the Saroops should go back to Punjab, Kirtatpur Sahib. Why are we not doing this as per his guidance?

Just need some clarity on why we are going to the Thames and why we have the a 2 month gap between the Sanskaar and the bhog for the ashes, were there a number of Akhand Paths that were needed to be carried on in between now and the Sanskar?

Thank you Jee

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Well as much as we would like to think that people would give anything to help their Guru in any situation, the truth is no one was ready to help. It was a sad sight first to see Maharaj Saroop's in that state, but what was worse was to see very little Sangat coming forward to help. Unfortunatley because of this, the few people that did help had very limited resources, ie. money, and so things took longer than expected. Also the reponsibilites of planning and organising these programmes fell on those few individuals also, and so once again the process was prolonged. But i hope that we can all make the effort to come this Sunday to Park Avenue and pay our respects.

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Although I am not defending or attacking any group or individual, there has been a lack to transparency and clarity on the situation and not everyone really understands who is organizing what.

I suppose we looked at the bachans of Sant Jagjit Singh as some kind of guidance and assurance on the day of the Sanskar. There on after, I for one do not really understand what has been going on and it’s probably causing confusion rather than people not being bothered.

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