i think its too late for that. just how culture has weakened, dharam, or whatever little dharam there was in the first place has weakened as well. Sikhi is just a tradition for the vast majority and traditions change. Culture gave traditional morals and values, dress modestly, don't sleep around, don't argue will elders etc thats what our parents taught us growing up right, but now that has vanished. Tradition cultural values were hand in hand with Sikhi. Both have collapsed.
I mean there a females on social media talking about doing squats on top of their partners erect pen1s, with 100s of likes, how are are you supposed to promote dharam to this kind and what type of dharam will they pass down to their kids? I quick look on Instagram and you will see the majority of Punjabis drinking, in sexual position and wearing next to nothing. Vast majority of Punjabis have 0 interest in Sikhi, i mean why would they? they never were Sikhs in the first place.
Just an example, one of my friends back in the days was a punjabi female who didnt know a word of punjabi and she was an atheist while her brother had a baby before marrige with a white girl and gave the kid a english name and moved in with his gf. What "dharam" will they pass onto their kids? This is happening in many Punjabi families, and will continue happening.
It really is too late for the vast majority of cultural Sikhs. The state they are in is deplorable
Traditional values and Sikhi came hand in hand with Sikhs in the UK. How is one supposed to understand Sikhi if they have no moral structure or tradition values? In my last work place a Punjabi female was talking about b00b jobs, this talk is the norm for a lot of young Punjabis.
Look what happened to Christianity in this country after post war liberal attitudes.
It is the uncle/auntie generation keeping this lot tied ti some kind of Sikh practice, one they are gone that that will be it!
Did you even understand the bani? I would refrain from equating yourself to a ‘Sohagan - soul bride’ without even knowing the definition first. Sohagan or soul-bride is a soul that has clearly attained the status of Mansur’s “Anal-Haq” after having been dyed in the color red (red rose)which stands for the “Divine Love” which ultimately ends in the Divine marriage of the two. It’s a divine marriage between God and His lover. As far as your marriage is concerned, it appears, that it’s neither divine nor overflowing to the brim with love. If it were, he would have obeyed the Guru’s instruction in Laavan bani and you would be more than happy to accept His Hukam!!!! You are married to some ordinary man made of flesh and bones, who happened to be an amritdhari, nothing very special. He is not the ‘Lord’ as the bani states. The fact that he has left you shows his poor spiritual status or attainment as an ordinary amritdhari man, who couldn’t even be bothered to obey the Guru’s Laavan. So, stop comparing him or yourself as though you are some very special individuals for you ARE NOT. You are just ordinary human beings bound to make mistakes. How can you claim to be special when you can’t even bring yourself to accepting His Hukam, a primary step before walking on His path? You have ‘zero -nought faith in God. Pray to Him to increase your faith in Him and His banies. Enough of your attention seeking tactics. Now get on with your life and move on. There seems to be no point in posting Hukamnamas, KATHA links, or Banies if you have ZERO faith in Him or His Hukam. This proves that you don’t believe in anything Guru ji is saying. How many threads are you going to post about the break-up of your marriage on this forum? Stop playing the hypocrite.
Try to understand the Bani above which you have posted. Be humble.
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.
met an ayurveda expert recently and he said that low/moderate use of alcohol has many health benefits according to ayurveda.
even the research agrees
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