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  1. 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.
  2. People who get so deeply invested in forums and their respective power plays and politics need to step back and re-evaluate their lives. When you're trolling underneath multiple ID's, writing reams of text to provoke, you have to ask yourself a few searching questions. Or discover a new hobby away from the internet.
  3. It's been like that since the very beginning. Affluence, power, and a lack of accountability (coupled with the good old British class system) has bred a particular brand of arrogance amongst the elites in Britain, the belief on their part being they're accountable to nobody, certainly not the proles that make up the population. I'm sure there's an unearthed scandal that's been conveniently hushed up about rampant paedophilia in Victorian times, what with how poor children were practically running around feral in those days. These sickos must've made the most of those kind of situations, especially if their "descendants" were carrying on in much the same way as recently as up to the 90's by targetting British kids in care homes.
  4. We are, by and large, a sheep-like people. Sometimes we get lucky and follow something worth adhering to (such as Sikhi), but mostly it's so very easy to make us dance according to another's tune, whether it's religion or culture. This amalgamation of a particularly selective interpretation of Sikhi with Western contemporary liberal ideology is baffling.
  5. I can't understand why there's such a vast and open obsession in the West about something that is essentially personal business. What sane person defines their entire identity on what they do in bed with someone else? Why are politicians getting involved? Most importantly, how do people know whether someone is gay or not unless they're told, and therefore how does discrimination against gays occur unless they're walking around with their sexuality stamped on their forehead? There'll come a time when you'll ask someone's name and they'll reply with, "Never mind that, I'm GAYYY!" Lol, madness.
  6. My finger accidentally grazed the quote button of one of your posts, and I've been trying to remove it from the post dialog box for 4 days now, lol.
  7. I see no hope for the future of our people if they are dependent on the frivolous youth of today, for certainly all youth are reckless beyond words. When I was a boy, we were taught to be discreet and respectful of elders, but the present youth are exceedingly wise and impatient of restraint. Sound familiar? It's actually a quote from a Greek poet who lived between 750 and 650 BC. I guess every generation laments what it perceives to be a decline in moral and societal standards. Whilst there's a very convincing argument to be made that current times are unique in their circumstances that warrant some of the genuine issues being highlighted, a sense of perspective is also needed. I do believe the West is on the decline unless something major occurs to prevent that from happening. It's a natural part of existence. It's "scary" because we're in the thick of it, but greater civilisations than ours have met their demise. We just seem to feel it more keenly due to having an emotional stake in it all.
  8. No problem. It's an honest mistake.
  9. Guru Arjun Dev Ji.
  10. In terms of western society? The issues you've described are symptoms of peace time. Broadly speaking, there's nothing going on to focus people's minds. So-called prosperity has driven the public to a form of mental malaise; almost a type of insanity whereby most norms are inverted to the point where people don't know what's right and what's wrong.
  11. That's in the West Mids? Shocking. That part of the country has a good reputation for shardaa amongst the sangat, so it's disturbing to hear something like that occurred. Must've been an errant committee that got into power. Although, I can't imagine how the langar servers could glean who was and who wasn't a so-called lower caste Sikh. Did they ask them?
  12. As others have mentioned, sucham is important whatever we may think of the validity of their teachings. Just common sense. Don't go lighting toof around them, lol, but appreciate they are sacred texts to millions around the world.
  13. That happened in a UK gurudwara? Which one? Absolutely disgraceful.