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15 hours ago, Ranjeet01 said:

I got an idea.

Why don't we start an "adopt a bibi" programme. 

We take in a 1984 widow like a mother or grandmother and each family in diaspora supports her and her family.

We can help them with their home and help them directly with things and education for their family. 

Here's another idea:

There are some successful Khalsa Schools in Canada and the UK.

Why can't these academies be expanded into Punjab to provide high quality education with a Sikh ethos. 

Yh that's a gd idea. My sister been sending money to a girl from a slum in Varanasi and she writes letters back giving updates in her life etc

If a family start sending money to a Bibi it could really help. 

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Bhai Khanaiyas act was spiritual, he was in a state that probably only a tiny minority of Sikhs are in today. He had conquered the illusion of duality and saw Guru Sahib everywhere. Only someone who is in that state can probably explain it. It had nothing to do with him being a sjw, its beyond our understanding.

To use his spiritual experience and state and equate it to something like khalsa aid is ridiculous. Its 2 completely different things. 

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I don't think anybody apart from Guru Maharaj has the right to do nindya of someone else's sewa. We're not antarjami, how do we know what is the internal avastha of someone else, right? 

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7 minutes ago, Khaaik said:

I don't think anybody apart from Guru Maharaj has the right to do nindya of someone else's sewa. We're not antarjami, how do we know what is the internal avastha of someone else, right? 

Such a person's avastha, intentions, and inner life are apparent in their conduct, behaviour, and speech. Considering that we live in an age where people have no qualms about divulging their most intimate and personal details for the whole world to see, it is possible to gauge someone's intentions based on the information they choose to share with people in various forms. It isn't some great, unfathomable mystery lost to the universe and the Creator. 

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49 minutes ago, puzzled said:

Yh that's a gd idea. My sister been sending money to a girl from a slum in Varanasi and she writes letters back giving updates in her life etc

If a family start sending money to a Bibi it could really help. 

I think we need to help ourselves directly rather than rely on these charities and institutions. 

We have many obstacles but maybe the obstacle is the way.

That is where the solutions are.

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47 minutes ago, Ranjeet01 said:

I think we need to help ourselves directly rather than rely on these charities and institutions. 

We have many obstacles but maybe the obstacle is the way.

That is where the solutions are.

Yh you really can't rely on these charities. Most of them are businesses. look at Oxfam. Remember when some man from Oxfam during the earthquake in Haiti started paying prostitutes.

 

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There is charity Educate Punjab which does good seva Punjab for Sikhi children.. we have donated to them. You sponsor a child, of your choice and it'll go to their education. They have 100% donation policy. You can donate monthly £20 or even less or yearly. Definitely check it out. Can only take care future if we invest education for the kids, esp those living in poverty and see changes in Punjab.

I remember watch yt documentary a while ago, and the Indian government has provided some sort compensation to the 84 widows..in Delhi, and they were saying how the kids because being fatherless are hooked to drugs alcohol with bleak future, some of them were 12 year old with jooras smoking! . So sad we have failed to look after take care them esp the children. We should have provided them good education send them to law schools like Harvard, Oxford, then they can go back to India once completed education and fight for 84 justice.  

https://www.educatepunjab.net/

^ Check this out 

Here's  their yt channel

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQN32WPx9zENwJRkQZI3trw/videos

 

 

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18 hours ago, Ranjeet01 said:

Here's another idea:

There are some successful Khalsa Schools in Canada and the UK.

Why can't these academies be expanded into Punjab to provide high quality education with a Sikh ethos

excellent idea. It has been in my mind for a long time now.

Sikh kids study in convent christianity schools and other private schools where they loose their love for sikhi over the years.

We need Sikh schools where top class English is taught and top class teachers r employed for all subjects.

We hv spent billions on marble Gurdwaras.

We as a kaum r foolish to be honest.

WE NEED SIKH SCHOOLS.

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2 hours ago, puzzled said:

Yh you really can't rely on these charities. Most of them are businesses. look at Oxfam. Remember when some man from Oxfam during the earthquake in Haiti started paying prostitutes.

 

they started exploiting/abusing the kids that's why there was a big kerfuffle

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1 hour ago, jkvlondon said:

they started exploiting/abusing the kids that's why there was a big kerfuffle

Yh they were in the news quite a bit i remember. One of the "volunteers" gave a woman money in return for s3x. 

Just shows you how Kalyug is in full jor/power  "charities" have become businesses and are abusing the people they are "helping"

And then there are Christian "charities" which ask poverty stricken people to accept jesus if they want food. Western Christian missionaries were caught waving food at kids during the Tsunami in S/E Asia and telling them to accept Jesus if they want the food.  Just disgusting. 

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2 hours ago, shastarSingh said:

excellent idea. It has been in my mind for a long time now.

Sikh kids study in convent christianity schools and other private schools where they loose their love for sikhi over the years.

We need Sikh schools where top class English is taught and top class teachers r employed for all subjects.

We hv spent billions on marble Gurdwaras.

We as a kaum r foolish to be honest.

WE NEED SIKH SCHOOLS.

Sikh schools in west only teach Sikhi through western lenses or water-down version of Sikhi...prob same in India...or going to brainwashed with their SJW far-left identity politics and start bringing Sikhi into it. Or cherry pick which parts of Sikhi should be taught.

Most these Sikh society in Uni only do power-point presentations and 'langar' on campus, or discussions of LGBTQ+ and Sikhi, feminism+ Sikhi, toxic masculinity so on

I think Islamic schools do good job teaching islam rather than modern version, hence why they end up joining terriost organisations lol

I remember last year when Muslims school in UK went crazy over teaching lgbtq to kids...the teachers were threatend...and they mentioned to stop goverments teaching lgbtq to muslim kids...

Can Sikhs do that? 

 

 

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16 minutes ago, Kau89r8 said:

Sikh schools in west only teach Sikhi through western lenses or water-down version of Sikhi...prob same in India...or going to brainwashed with their SJW far-left identity politics and start bringing Sikhi into it. Or cherry pick which parts of Sikhi should be taught.

Most these Sikh society in Uni only do power-point presentations and 'langar' on campus, or discussions of LGBTQ+ and Sikhi, femnism + Sikhi, toxic masculinity so on

 

 

Sikh schools are gd tho   theres a few Sikh kids on my road that go to the local khalsa school and they have started keeping their joode etc 

my sister used to know a punjabi woman (whose boy friend was a polish) that was a teacher at the local primary school and she left the school, and she told my sister that the way they teach the kids at that school is as if they are "training an army"   which for sjw is not good   but for the rest of us its a gd thing! 

not saying sikh schools are perfect but they still are gd 

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I showed the video to my mother and the first thing she said was why does ravi singh not help them? i actually never sit with my family and discuss sikh matters or issues, so she said it herself. 

the last bibi shown in the video filled my eyes, can't even imagine what must of been going through her mind when her Singh told her to save herself and go. 

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1 minute ago, puzzled said:

Sikh schools are gd tho   theres a few Sikh kids on my road that go to the local khalsa school and they have started keeping their joode etc 

my sister used to know a punjabi woman (whose boy friend was a polish) that was a teacher at the local primary school and she left the school, and she told my sister that the way they teach the kids at that school is as if they are "training an army"   which for swj is not good   but for the rest of us its a gd thing! 

not saying sikh schools are perfect but they still are gd 

That's good, i think once they finish school enter college and uni when sjw brainwashing starts.......esp those who start studying sociology, feminism and all the bs...then they'll start bringing Sikhi into it 

There is Singh that went to Oxford, and he made movement on mental health...and SIkhi being going on for years ....writes these ridiculous articles on far left politics, socialism and brings Sikhi into it...

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