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  3. I'd be interested if it was plant life, just to see how the structure/cells differ from earthly ones.
  4. I'm talking about the original bujjer kureits for the Khalsa, which explicitly banned Khalsas from any social contact with various groups like masands, Ram Raias (which was obviously a movement by then), Dhirmalis. I'm not talking about Ram Rai himself, rather the following he created (obviously with Moghul patronage). Again, your whole 'kumba yaa mah lord' conception of Khalsa history is seriously flawed. What you posted below doesn't hold up to scrutiny.
  5. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-40355491
  6. It's true. What we need is a small governing group (5 would be an ideal number given our heritage). These shouldn't be the usual backward, semi-illiterate peasant types but highly educated, intelligent and independent thinking people, who aren't constrained by weak personalities that can easily be manipulated by outsiders.
  7. The English were abused by the Romans. Under the Roman Empire Christianity grew in Britain but this has now weakened.
  8. It's not me you need to convince.
  9. I don't think that the empire building nature of our people will go away entirely but that may change with the coming generations. However, there will need to be a fresh approach.
  10. Yes I feel we're too focused on others than ourselves.
  11. I think we do quite a lot. The question is whether Sarbat Da Bhalla should be a virtue-signalling excercise.
  12. It always is. I don't think it'll be, "We've been in contact with alien races for 70 years." If it's a genuine humanoid or sentient alien being, they'll try to make it seem as if it's a recent development. The way everything seems to be spiralling into madness I wouldn't be surprised if they do announce something major. But I can't see it myself.
  13. "Guru Nanak Devji has always taught us humanism and communal harmony in his preaching and it will benefit Chinese people where they recognise him as Baba Fusa." http://presspunjab.com/2017/06/26/japuji-sahib-translated-into-chinese/ https://www.nyoooz.com/news/chandigarh/849388/efforts-for-translation-of-japji-sahib-in-chinese-lauded/
  14. Can I ask you whether you think we do enough?
  15. HARD work has paid off at a school after its own outdoor gym was officially opened last Thursday. http://www.sloughobserver.co.uk/news/15371558.School_opens_its_own_outdoor_gym_after_years_of_fundraising_by_parents_and_teachers/
  16. A Sikh couple claim they were told they could not adopt a white child because of their ethnic background. Sandeep and Reena Mander, who are British-born and live in Berkshire, allege that they were rejected by their local adoption agency, Adopt Berkshire, as only white children were available. Mr and Mrs Mander, who are in their 30s and have been unable to have a child of their own, say they were willing to give a home to a child of any race. The couple are legally challenging the decision, with the backing of the Equality and Human Rights Commission. Full article available at http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/06/27/sikh-couple-told-could-not-adopt-white-babies-available/
  17. You lost nothing, because you owned nothing. There will always be those special people in our lives who will make our day, and sometimes it makes us sad that they can't be closer, this can be anything, from a close friend, a good relative, romantic interests, or even a pet or whatever you have a connection to. You may have loved them, or you may not love them, the simple fact is that the time-frame from when you even had a chance of making anything happen has long passed, especially since she's been married. Next is you never even tried to start anything, so nothing would've happened, whether that would be because you ackwolegde the social structure, or because you were shy, in your Hukam it was never going to happen, and it will never happen. So, even with these special people in our lives, when they are gone from our life, either because of scenarios like yours, or whether they have some benefit, we must accept moving on. Don't be holding some grudge for it, or let it take over your life.
  18. Thank you very much
  19. Moving to more affluent areas - by putting old houses on rent is one of the main reasons why apne Sikhs move out of their initial areas. They also want to build property portfolios. They moved from forest gate, east ham to Gants hill or Barkingside, clayhall etc - which were once Jewish areas with nice streets and houses. But the other is, that when they sensed Pakistanis moving in, many people had the idea that there daughters would become prey for these guys and end up in relationships with them. Rather than giving up there 'strongholds' our elders should have been educating them more I guess. Just a sorry state of affairs.
  20. Job description The Khalsa Secondary Academy is a Sikh faith school educating students from 11-18 years of age. The Academy is committed to a high standard of Sikh collective worship and requires a lead (qualified or unqualified teacher) to teach the Sikh studies curriculum to all students. This part of the role is expected to be around 0.7 FTE. In addition, the post includes the role of the Sikh Chaplain whose main function is to provide religious services, spiritual guidance, and counselling to those students, staff and families in need. The Trust is developing a Sikh studies framework that include some or all of the following depending on the key stage: • Sikh Philosophy or Gurmat Studies • Sikh History • Sikh Social, Moral and Cultural Studies • Study of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji • Sikh Religion and Comparative studies • Sikh Religious practices and the British Law • Sikh Protocols, Rehat Maryada and Conflictions The post holder is expected to support the development of this framework and deliver teaching and learning in these areas. How to apply: Please complete the application form and send via email to admin@khalsaacademiestrust.com Closing date: 11th July, 2017 at 16:00pm Source - https://uk.linkedin.com/jobs/view/342306996?trkInfo=searchKeywordString%3ATeacher%2CsearchLocationString%3ALong%2BDitton%2C%2B%2Cvertical%3Ajobs%2CpageNum%3A1%2Cposition%3A9%2CMSRPsearchId%3Ab6451386-61b4-4a4a-9f5b-1f4ac4bc4088&refId=b6451386-61b4-4a4a-9f5b-1f4ac4bc4088&trk=jobs_jserp_job_listing_text
  21. A lot of these liberal extremist, including the leader moni as he quoted this post to say the post hit the nail on the head, have failed to recognize when Sikhs started to carry weapons and use weapons for fighting. Moni claims to be a self proclaimed sikh historian and doesn't even know this simple fact. These liberals claim Amritdharis have failed to train with weopons and so have the sehajdhari because it was Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib ji who introduced weapons into the Khalsa Panth. Sikhs didn't wait till the Punj Pyare were formed. These guys keep on ragging on amritdharis but lets simply look at the meaning of sehajdhari. Sehaj is to move forward in something and in this context, its toward following more of the Guru teachings. A sehajdhari Sikh is a person who recognizes the teaching to keep hair uncut is from the Guru and does it. Moni ji implies he's a sehajdhari. Moni ji has been on sikh forums for over 20 odd years. In these 20 odd years moni has not kept his hair uncut. Instead he continues to cut his hair. He keeps moving away from the Guru. Sehajdhari move toward keeping hair. When an amritdharis commits a wrong act they present themselves before the punj pyare who are the Saroops of the Guru. The amritdharis becomes patit until he presents himself before the punj pyare. Moni ji has been committing the wrong act of cutting hair for more than 20 odd years, who does he answer too? Moni is the guy in the langar hall who enjoys all the food but when it comes to cleaning the dishes, he wants to claim he doesn't answer to the Guru. Look further into these liberal extremist cheating and lying. Bhai Gurdas ji vaars tell us Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji started the Nirmal Panth. Nirmal means pure and so does Khalsa. Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji gave Amrit and gave his Sikhs instructions to keep hair uncut and Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib ji gave Amrit and gave his Sikhs instructions to keep hair uncut. Many Sikhs were carrying weapons by the order of Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib ji instructions. Were already tying dastar, wearing kachera, carrying combs, and Kara. Sikhs were taking charan pahul from the Guru. Why is it today these extremist refuse to take the Gurus hukam to keep hair uncut and take Amrit seriously? Because they have no intentions of being Sikhs. They just want to enjoy the benefits from the Gurus golak and distance themselves from the Guru when it does not favor them. When Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib jis gave his head Sikhs hid in the crowd. Today the very same Sikhs want to claim they are somehow something special for not following the Guru teachings. Sehajdhari look at the four kurhits and don't go near them. Yet moni wants to keep cutting his hair and claim to be sehajdhari Sikh. Where is the logic and rationale in such stupidity. Remember 20 odd years this guy has been doing this. He's so deep in his own filth, he can't see what is pure and what is filth
  22. Look where one-man rule got the Sikhs in the past. King dies, no capable heir and badoom!!!! Another fall from grace.
  23. Here is a link to see how he takes what I originally said out of context. This besharam is notorious for taking Gurbani and writing based on Gurmat out of context. He keeps bringing this up as if he's got something special. He's got nothing. He's a crusty old man with nothing better to do than pick on young girls on forums. This is not a joke either. There is a member here who showed us its true, she has not written here in a short while.
  24. They are probably rebuilding the site from scratch since backups could've been erased.
  25. Vaheguru ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru ji Ki Fateh, ji Is it this one (149): ਮਃ ੧ ॥ मः १ ॥ Mėhlā 1. First Mehl: ਨਾਨਕ ਬੋਲਣੁ ਝਖਣਾ ਦੁਖ ਛਡਿ ਮੰਗੀਅਹਿ ਸੁਖ ॥ नानक बोलणु झखणा दुख छडि मंगीअहि सुख ॥ Nānak bolaṇ jẖakẖ▫ṇā ḏukẖ cẖẖad mangī▫ah sukẖ. O Nanak, it is absurd to ask to be spared from pain by begging for comfort. ਸੁਖੁ ਦੁਖੁ ਦੁਇ ਦਰਿ ਕਪੜੇ ਪਹਿਰਹਿ ਜਾਇ ਮਨੁਖ ॥ सुखु दुखु दुइ दरि कपड़े पहिरहि जाइ मनुख ॥ Sukẖ ḏukẖ ḏu▫e ḏar kapṛe pahirahi jā▫e manukẖ. Pleasure and pain are the two garments given, to be worn in the Court of the Lord. ਜਿਥੈ ਬੋਲਣਿ ਹਾਰੀਐ ਤਿਥੈ ਚੰਗੀ ਚੁਪ ॥੨॥ जिथै बोलणि हारीऐ तिथै चंगी चुप ॥२॥ Jithai bolaṇ hārī▫ai ṯithai cẖangī cẖup. ||2|| Where you are bound to lose by speaking, there, you ought to remain silent. ||2|| Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh
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