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  2. All for gay equality, but the use of this symbol on a site intended to promote Sikh values is questionable. This is the same logo you see stitched onto the underpants of hundreds of horny, half-naked, over-energetic guys at London's gay pride parades. This has nothing to do with Sikhi, it seems to me like the complete opposite. Concerned it will mislead people about our faith.
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  4. so now that its officially president trump in america. What do you think he will be like as a president, what policies he will inact and what does the future hold for us as minorities and rest of humanity? His opening speech began with quite a nationalistic tone, so in my view he is going to be protectionist for american interests instead of being an internationalist/globalist as the past few presidents have been. He made it clear in his many speeches and tweets he is quite anti-china and anti-iran, but russia friendly and pro-israel. So in in terms of Geo-politics it seems there might be a war with either china in south china sea's or Iran over its nuclear program on Israel's behalf. What would be interesting to see is if Russia is going to come to the aid of its allies china or Iran should there be war or if Russia will just sit it out in the sidelines and see its global respect influence and alliances diminish. In terms of american society I think there is going to be alot more hate crimes and violence. On a positive note the homosexual and feminist agenda lobby's will have less influence and power in inacting their crazy left lunatic fringe policies
  5. so now that its officially president trump in america. What do you think he will be like as a president, what policies he will inact and what does the future hold for us as minorities and rest of humanity? His opening speech began with quite a nationalistic tone, so in my view he is going to be protectionist for american interests instead of being an internationalist/globalist as the past few presidents have been. He made it clear in his many speeches and tweets he is quite anti-china and anti-iran, but russia friendly and pro-israel. So in in terms of Geo-politics it seems there might be a war with either china in south china sea's or Iran over its nuclear program on Israel's behalf. What would be interesting to see is if Russia is going to come to the aid of its allies china or Iran should there be war or if Russia will just sit it out in the sidelines and see its global respect influence and alliances diminish. In terms of american society I think there is going to be alot more hate crimes and violence. On a positive note the homosexual and feminist agenda lobby's will have less influence and power inacting crazy left lunatic fringe policies
  6. Vahiguru jee ka khalsa vahiguru jee kee fateh! I can't claim to be a spokesperson for the Gurdwara or the collective sangat who attends the gurdwara however this post has been brought to my attention and I will try my best to answer. Firstly, I think we can all agree that peshis in front of the Punj Pyare are to be kept gupt (unless in the rare occassion there is a larger overarching interest, like the safety of a person, or larger Panthic interest that Singhs doing seva have to determine for themselves). But I'm not sure what the purpose of such a post is besides creating controversy and dubidha. If the poster had a genuine concern, s/he could very easily go to the website and contact the gurdwara directly (all you had to do was google "gurdwara tapoban phone" and you would've found it. This type of exhibitionism is frankly a reflection of immaturity or something worse. I personally am not aware of anyone who does seva in the Punj Pyare divulging information outside of the amrit sinchar. That having been said, if there is such a concern, the proper approach is to raise it directly or come to the sangat and raise it. Even if it were true that someone was guilty of such a mistake (which I'm not aware of and doubt would be true), how would it reflect on the entire sangat at a gurdwara? Wouldn't that individual be blameworthy alone? I don't intend to reply further to this thread and would suggest it be closed as such discussions don't lend themselves to online forums. If you have a concern, you are most welcome to visit the gurdwara sahib or alternatively you can call 416-871-0182 and discuss it.
  7. Being weak helps no one,
  8. http://www.gurbanifiles.org/translations/Nitnem by Dr. Kulwant Singh, with Punjabi & Eng transla & PT.pdf lok caudh ky ibKY jg jwphI ijNh jwp ] Lok choud.ah kae bikhaae jagg jaapahee jeh jaap lokW (Bvnw, mMflW) cOdW dy ivc jgq jpdw hY auhdw nwm[(ieslwimk m`q Anuswr AwkwS cOdW hn[ ihMdU m`q s`q lok DrqI qoN au~pr Aqy s`q DrqI qoN hyTW mMndw hY)[ In all the fourteen levels (Mandals, worlds - In the universe), He is revered. (In the Hindu and Islamic philosophy, there are seven levels below the earth and seven above it). http://www.vidhia.com/Bhai Veer Singh Ji/Jaap Sahib Stik-Bhai Vir Singh Punjabi.pdf
  9. http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2017/01/17/sikh-victims-vandalism-offer-support-unknown-offenders
  10. I don't agree with her views. But should anyone be treated in the manner chatanga and dollysingh101 treat her on Sikhawareness.com? And now it's being carried on here. Those two fully abuse this forum to spread the hate they have repressed inside of them. It's a daily thing for them on this forum. People don't even spend this much time at their job as these two do slandering others on this forum.
  11. Best to relinquish thoughts of finding a "soulmate" in the way you seem to be hoping for. Be pragmatic and realistic. That kind of wishing for a magical, super man who'll transform your life is just setting yourself up for disappointment. Your primary concern should be adjudging someone's suitability on various fronts, not whatever romanticised notions of married life you've gained over the years.
  12. Not approving any of the pending 4 replies. This forum does not allowed anyone to use this platform to create shankas against our gurus Bani.
  13. SOURCE: http://singhstation.net/2017/01/sikh-boy-denied-school-admission-in-australia-over-turban/ MELBOURNE – A five-year-old Sikh boy has been denied school admission in Australia for wearing patka (small turban) as it does not align with its uniform policy, despite a landmark ruling in 2008 against a private institution on the issue. “It is disappointing that my son has been forced to abandon his religious practices and identity to access to an education in Melbourne’s Melton Christian College (MCC),” Sagardeep Singh Arora was quoted as saying by the SBS Radio. “We have lodged a claim with the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission (VEOHRC).” “I believe having a common school uniform is important in promoting school identity and integration,” Arora said. “Students should be able to wear their significant religious symbols and articles of faith. It’s immoral for a school to not allow students to practice their beliefs.” “We were in discussions regarding the importance of hair & turban in Sikhism and acceptance of turban as uniform by different organisations (like schools, army, and police) in Australia and the other countries,” says Arora. “Yet, the college has refused to review their uniform policy.” Given the long history of the Sikh community in Australia, Arora says it’s disappointing that they still struggle with issues such as this. “While practising our religious beliefs, we wish to show an expression of solidarity with the wider Australian community,” he added. MCC has provided a written response to the VEOHRC in which the school refused to include any additional items amid the existing permitted uniform protocol, the report said. “Our college’s history represents over thirty years of inclusive religious tolerance. For thirty years our children have been in classrooms and playgrounds, learning, growing, and playing side by side wonderfully oblivious to their families’ extensive religious diversities. We are proud of that heritage of inclusiveness. “We acknowledge the disappointment that Sagardeep and his family feel. We respectfully recognise his disappointment that the uniform protocol of this school mean that non prescribed items are not permitted to be worn in addition to the school uniform. The result is that we have agreed that college uniform will be maintained as it is, without permitting additional items.” Sikhism is a small but growing minority religion in Australia that can trace its origins in the nation to the 1830s. Australia is home to more than 72,000 Sikh, a population that is expected to rise in this year’s census. In a landmark case in September 2008, a Brisbane private school was forced to back down on a strict uniform policy that would have forced a Sikh boy to cut his hair and remove his turban.
  14. In a boost to Aam Aadmi Party, Sukhdev Singh Bhaur, former general secretary of Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) tonight joined AAP with his supporters in presence of its national Convener and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal. Kejriwal announced appointment of Jathedar Bhaur as Senior Vice President of Aam Aadmi Party. Addressing a gathering of Bhaur’s supporters at his residence at Banga, 22 kms from Phagwara, Kejriwal welcomed him into party fold and declared his appointment as state’s senior vice president of AAP. ALSO READ: Big jolt to Akali Dal Badal as Amritsar district chief resigns Kejriwal promised the state’s people to take action against those guilty of desecrating the Sikh holy book- Guru Granth Sahib at various places in Punjab, particularly at Bargari, if elected to power in the February 4 Assembly polls. He also assured them to rid the state of drug menance. Jathedar Bhaur, who had remained SGPC general secretary for sixteen terms as well as its acting president thrice, said he had quit SAD and SGPC because of desecration issue, failure of the ruling Akali Dal to arrest the culprits, killings of two innocent youths in Bargari firing by police and the malaise of family rule. SOURCE: http://singhstation.net/2017/01/bhaur-joins-aap/
  15. Wjkk wjkf I am 28 year old. My family and I am trying so hard to find guy from last 4 years. I really wanna settle down in my life. Par koi v suitable rishta nhi mil rha... I understand that Gurbani is very powerful. Is there any path which I can do to find my soulmate ?? mera Mann Sara din bahut restless rehnda aaa and I keep thinking about my soulmate. I daydream a lot about him. Bahut tarah de khyal aunde aaa ,k kidha da Houga, compatability hougi ya nhi.. mera rabbi charged bahut jayada vishwaaas aaa but mind bahut distraction ch rehnda.. paath nhi kr Hunda even I want to do . Gurudwara sahib jandi aa .. kayi bar viyog naaal akkha bhar jandiya k rabb Sade leyi kinna kuch krda. Te metho waheguru da naaam b nhi leya janda... i feel so bad . Mai chahundi ta bahut aa k rabb da naam meri zindgi da atutt hissa ban jawe, par things doesn't go the way I want. I live in Canada . Tried everywhere to find my soulmate- ajit weekly, shadi.com, Dil mil , tinder . Ajit India... par nothing is working out... m so desperate .. koi veer/ beebi g koi slaah Devon ta bahut thanks houga tuhada
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  17. I am still here waiting they have said give it more time then they will get me i have been diagnosed with moderate depression and lioness i love ur advice i used to be like you before i came to this hell. I do work so dont need benefits i feel i go forward then 10 steps back
  18. Thanks for telling me that.
  19. The logo updates itself after every refresh..
  20. Wjkkwjkf. I've been amrit shak for 10 years and I have startes to feel it is ritualistic. I know itswrong to say this but I think for me amrit defined me but maybe we need to learn and find who we are first. When parent have given you rules to follow from day dot and you dont know any different what I personally feel is that I am pressured into this ideal image and sticking up for sonething that is a lie is very difficult. Lifes too short to regret and not live.
  21. Didn't see any gay flag on the website, (just checked recently) For anyone else who tries to do their own research before coming to conclusions, it's here: they do Pakhand by adding a translation of Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji's, "Manas Ki Jaat Sabhe Ek Hai Paichanbo"
  22. SJW behavior doesn't help Gurmat, neither does being a Regressive, could you imagine Guru Sahib acting in such a manner?
  23. She does not beleive that Guru Sahib authored any part of Dasam Granth. It's backup for when they run out of answers.
  24. Pataal is a hindu concept, not an abarahmic one as the word is from sanskrit..
  25. Yeah, sure, someone wrote a post containg the same arguments you post over and over again, and then when there was a response, went and found you on another forum, and told you all about it. Sure, they did.
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