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That the water dispenser machine at work also has a warm option for warm water lol.

I helped this muslim lady who had a disabled child in a buggy down the stairs by holding one end of the buggy while she held the other. The elevator at work broke and she was stuck on the 1st floor.   I like helping people but often hesitate to ask if they need a hand. I asked her and she really appreciated it. I will try to ask people more often.

 

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3 hours ago, Amit12 said:

That Guru Sahib might have told us to tie a Turban and behave in a certain way, but they never told us to Discriminate the people who doesn't wear a turban or choose to walk a different path..  

This is a thread on what you learned today.  But you can't stop with your agenda to force your atheist opinions on this website.  Tying  turban is what the Gurus gave Sikhs.  

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you should all be learning that today you've been blessed with another chance to saas saas simro gobind. But us manookhs just wake up and sel  our breaths to maya.

Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur ji's bani says  "Sadho ih jag bharam bhulaanaa, raam naam kaa Simran chodiaa. Mayaa haaath bikhaanaa"   (Oh sadhu, seekers. The world is deluded in delusion. Everyone has forgotten to simar the naam ansd has instead sold themselves"bikhaana" to maya)   ang 684

 

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10 hours ago, Akalifauj said:

This is a thread on what you learned today.  But you can't stop with your agenda to force your atheist opinions on this website.  Tying  turban is what the Gurus gave Sikhs.  

Lol, again you've just trashed the Whole Point of my comment dude XD.

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Day before yesterday I realised that I am punishing myself by joining with maya, and true freedom is only when I let my soul freedom  from lok laaj to join with naam
Yesterday I was recommended a sikh channel on YT  and that really opened up my heart more 'Khalsa ji '

This morning I woke  and first thoughts were to hear katha kirtan and do naam jap , my heart's full of gratitude as its been a long time . That has been the case ,as I had forgotten to leave my worries at Guru ji's feet , last night some old mindsets clicked in from my early life and it became easy to trust Guru ji as my maat pita to look after me  as in the deepest troubles They always have.

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On 12/12/2018 at 2:13 PM, mahandulai said:

What did everyone learn today or this week?

I only teach not learn. Any time spent with me is a learning time for you. 

The question you should ask is what did I learn from big-tera today. That I can use for the rest of my life?

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1 hour ago, Big_Tera said:

I only teach not learn. Any time spent with me is a learning time for you. 

The question you should ask is what did I learn from big-tera today. That I can use for the rest of my life?

that ahankar is a sweet poison...

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On 12/12/2018 at 8:19 PM, puzzled said:

I helped this muslim lady who had a disabled child in a buggy down the stairs by holding one end of the buggy while she held the other. The elevator at work broke and she was stuck on the 1st floor.   I like helping people but often hesitate to ask if they need a hand. I asked her and she really appreciated it. I will try to ask people more often.

 

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Similar happened to me right after I was blessed with amrit. Was outside waiting for a lift from the Guru Khar and this lady needed help with getting the buggy at the top of the stairs. Help was offered.

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1 hour ago, jakare said:

Similar happened to me right after I was blessed with amrit. Was outside waiting for a lift from the Guru Khar and this lady needed help with getting the buggy at the top of the stairs. Help was offered.

Helping bibis carry prams up stairs (like on the tube) isn't a big thing. You should've been doing this before amrit anyway. It's just a sign of decent manners, not religiosity.  

No need to go overboard with it, but if you happen to be passing by at the bottom of the stairs when some women is obviously planning on going upwards, just politely and quietly ask:

"You okay? Do you need a hand?" 

Some bibis like to do it themselves without help, but some will say "Yes please."

Advice: Get a good grip on a sturdy bit of the pram and walk forwards with it behind you. This is a lot easier than walking backwards up the stairs. 

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1 hour ago, dallysingh101 said:

Helping bibis carry prams up stairs (like on the tube) isn't a big thing. You should've been doing this before amrit anyway. It's just a sign of decent manners, not religiosity.  

No need to go overboard with it, but if you happen to be passing by at the bottom of the stairs when some women is obviously planning on going upwards, just politely and quietly ask:

"You okay? Do you need a hand?" 

Some bibis like to do it themselves without help, but some will say "Yes please."

Advice: Get a good grip on a sturdy bit of the pram and walk forwards with it behind you. This is a lot easier than walking backwards up the stairs. 

bruh all i was doing was relating to him because a lot of what he said was something similar that happened

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Not something that i learnt but something that i was reminded of. This Punjabi lady who works at the same place as me was crying a lot at work, she was totally broken, this aunty who works there was hugging her and comforting her. seeing things like that you are reminded of how sad and broken some people might be in the inside. We often forget that when living in our own little world. I felt really down the rest of the day after seeing that. But it just reminds you ...   

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18 hours ago, puzzled said:

Not something that i learnt but something that i was reminded of. This Punjabi lady who works at the same place as me was crying a lot at work, she was totally broken, this aunty who works there was hugging her and comforting her. seeing things like that you are reminded of how sad and broken some people might be in the inside. We often forget that when living in our own little world. I felt really down the rest of the day after seeing that. But it just reminds you ...   

haha yess don

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