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About SukhneetSingh

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  1. Ever Order A Dastaar Online?

    Interesting. I have a few follow up questions. Which sites? Why do you order online? What do you want to see that's not on the sites you order from? Wonderful, thank you for the suggestions!
  2. Ever Order A Dastaar Online?

    Thank you both for your responses! I've recorded your feedback and am incorporating it back into the business.
  3. Ever Order A Dastaar Online?

    Curious, have you ever ordered a dastaar online? Why or why not? I'm starting an online dastaar company and would love your input. If you want to learn more, sign up here: http://bit.ly/sikhturbans
  4. After seeing this documentary and watching more of this man's lectures, I've wondered why our community is not engaged in this seva. Why do non-Sikhs seem to be working for humanity more than Sikhs? Zeitgeist Moving Forward (2+ hours): The first 5 minutes show the similarity to Sikhi. The Venus Project (1.5 hour lecture): Jacque Fresco on allowing people to smoke (1 minuts): Please comment. It seems we need to support these worldwide projects before it's too late.
  5. Guru Sahib Is Always There

    Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh. Please reference the following video bhenji. http://www.ted.com/talks/shawn_achor_the_happy_secret_to_better_work.html The suggestions at the end of the video are entirely within our Sikh practice, and are encouraged (Baba Iqbal Singh Ji of the Akaal Academy suggests we be thankful during Ardaas rather than ask for things). Over the course of months (life is a process, not an event), I found the simple practice of writing things I'm grateful for and journaling about a happy experience helped me recognize Vaheguru's blessings in our lives. This is happiness to the point of tears at times. It fluctuates, like many things in life. Yet it leads towards the experience of Chardi Kala. Also, being thankful while walking and doing Simran is a very spiritual act. These things, as with any solution, will take time. Think of this troubling time as a test. Continue doing good, positive, healthy, and Naam-focused things. It will improve with time. Seva also uplifts the spirit, more than many, many, other things. Couple seva with Naam and gratefulness for the seva. I hope this is helpful!
  6. I Want To Change

    Hey bhenji, The change is a lot. One thing that helps me is to focus on one small thing at a time. We're like fighters, wrestlers against our desires. In a fight, if 5 people come at me at once, by fighting all at once I'm bound to fail. Instead, I must first back off and turn a little bit, so that they're not all around me at once. Make sure that one is between you and the others. Then attack with everything you have on that one until the person is finished. Now you only have 4 to deal with. Then 3, then 2, then 1. One thing that helped was to focus on one thing I want to do or stop doing, and try it for 30 days. Then it becomes habit. In 1 year that's 12 things. This video might help: http://tiny.cc/ax6g3