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  1. Ah! No. Am saying halal SHOULD be considered different from jhatka n gave reasons why "Meat is meat" is a complete wrong thing to claim.
  2. OMG! Halal's EVERYWHERE around here these days. I'd like to make a point clear, though I don't eat meat I would like to state, there is a big gap between halal and any normal meat... a BIG BIG gap. First evidence, ask a muslim if they'd prefer halal or jhatka. Second, during the make of halal process a Muslim will read kalmaa's over the animal... Final example, when we take out water from tap the world will call it water. But the SAME water if taken through Nitnem, mixed in patasi and khanda's mixed with it by panj pyaare in the presence of Maharaaj/ Sangat, SANGAT JI... NO SIKHS DARE TO CALL THAT WATER! If certain rituals have turned water into Amrit then certain rituals turn normal animal into halal. It'll be a contradiction to say one turns into something special (Amrit) and the other is "Still normal" (Meat) i.e. "It doesn't matter. Meat is meat" because we do not say "I had taken water and got baptised..." CORRECT ME IF AM WRONG but this is how I see it. Am saying both rituals (Sorry to use the word rituals it means rasma) both rituals are truth in my eyes. If our prayers can turn water into Amrit then Muslim's prayers hold the power to convert the animal into halal, otherwise would have been just a normal meat/ jhatka. Feel free to debate folks... (I'll mention all this in a new topic someday too).
  3. If I had to carry tomatoes of the same amount colleagues I hate I'll carry 8 out of 20. 12 colleagues are sound. Chalo, ehna shukar.
  4. Nature is the biggest remedy in life. What do we mean by nature? In warm weathers getting a chair and sitting in the garden. In cold inside with a view out window. NOW here's the thing... To do this for 3 - 4 hours at least three times in a week! Can you manage? Will you get bored? (mobiles switched off). That is the point to be oness with nature. Many may have already complained "I do not do Gurbaani that much in one day. Am always on phone, internet or occupied with something, like gone Gurdwara." Yes I know how important Gurdwara is. BUT that besides the point have you ever taken out time to be one with nature? If you start off by sitting in silence for an hour 3 times a week this will be an excellent start. Then slowly increase on the hours. At first you may find it difficult and your mind will certainly run but let it. Let it run and go where ever (again, phones switched off OR do not pull out phone unless it rings and you know it's emergency). The aim is to look, feel and listen to the things around you. The birds whistling, the wind blowing on trees and flowers. Other sound whilst inhaling the nature's wind in you. By being inside/ warm place the same thing can be managed. If you see leaves being blown see it and feel the leaves in direction it's being blown. If you hear birds try and whistle in their tune or just hear them "Speak," who knows? Maybe you'll learn to speak all types of birds over time? NOW HOW DOES THIS AFFECT SIKHI!? It should affect ALL types of people but let's see benefits of this practice. The mind calms down. See? We humans are full of business, hyper, "Got to do something" attitude that we forget about patience and calmness. Sikhi talks about patience and calmness (in relationship Sikhs must avoid anger). The same principles apply if one takes out time to do Gurbani/ Simran. Regular Nitnem and Prayers help immensely to improve on life too. BUT what happens after we're finished for the time being? Can we sit waiting for a train with patience? Or do we have to pull out mobile/ laptop or whatever hi-tech? Can we sit for thirty minutes on the sofa, contemplating on life, or do we have to flick through the TV? Obviously, since am writing this on net am clearly not against these Hi tech gizmos, but I think we need to ask ourselves, "Have we ever spent a few hours each day where our minds were not occupied with something? Was I impatient the way I reacted? Was I overthinking/ impatient with a situation?" THIS patient and calmness is dealt with being nature, whereas Regular Nitnem/ Simran will deal with Kaam, krodh, lobh, moh and Ahankaar. Who knows? Maybe I am writing all this out of ego? For attention "OH! Look at me Sikho! I have something important to say! Hun meri jai jai kro!" See? the mind opens up in a different perception. SO why is patience important? With patience krodh problem can be sorted. NOT "My kids are naughty I'll scold them" that is showing angry so your kids behave. Krodh can be where you beat your kids to the point of battering them black and blue OR where your calm on the outside but in your mind you picture repeatedly stabbing someone with a knife or axe... SOME may know what am on about and the physical impact it has on the body, causes tension and makes room for a disease. AND the first thing Sikhi will teach is Daya (Compassionate). By being in nature insects may come on your arm, leg or hand. You automatically feel happy that a creature is on you. You have to gently get it off you and put it down so when you get up and go inside it does not follow you OR you worry you may hurt/ kill it but you feel the need to inspect it for a few minutes before letting it go. All in all you are training your mind in the art of calm stillness. If your mind and body is still YOU are still. You learn to be still, the wait and understanding the importance of wait. You can do Business and think "Well, I tried hard on my part if it happens it happens." Maybe you have an exam coming where you frustratingly go through revision notes. You feel the heat on your most hated subjects, you cannot concentrate AT! ALL!? Instead by practising nature and revising, you will smile and learn it form a calm perspective even the things you do not understand... (PLEASE NOTE, don't mistake this for being too calm and not studying, thinking if I get a high grade it'll happen) - YOU have to still try hardest on your part, your full potential. Only difference, are you studying with a calmness or frustration?? When your doing prayers it'll be with a focus ON he prayers and the mind does not wander. OF COURSE! Doing prayers with a focus IS the key... By practising to be in nature EIGHTY PERCENT of your mind will be in focus when doing anything, include Prayers. The rest of the twenty percent is kirpa that you can now focus on any task with efficiency, calm, stillness and FOCUS!
  5. Allow me. JkvLondon is a highly knowledgeable person. They have hard facts! Cases, articles NOT just off the net! See? Net is all rumours only. But Jkv's done hardcore homework where they spoke to people who were there during Yogi's time, read articles - you name it.
  6. It's a well known fact that a correct diet ensures longevity, long life and resolves health issues. Youtube "Okinawa long life" and "Japan long life" for evidence. Over there since no pollution and junk food exists people aged 80 to 105 live lives like they're no more than 40. Even Gurbaani states "My appetite is simple daana paani" (simple cooked food like rice, steamed saabjia and water) or nature grown food. However, it's interesting to note that education fails to teach us of healthy living and benefits of it like after aged 80 the effects.The consumption rate of unhealthy food is high. It's also interesting to note that Swami Ramdev's yoga's been ongoing for 10 plus years, cure cancer yet cancer's STILL out there attacking people. Now there will be plenty of arguments on reasons for it; Governments see profit so will not stop selling junk, education/ parent's to blame, doctors to blame, Scientists do not do enough research... LOADS of arguments (Mind you, maybe people like me who buy such food meself now and then is added to the reason). Now, there's a Saakhi where Guru Nanak Dev Ji cures a leprosy man by placing a sheet over him. Guru Nanak Ji could have said "Eat simple you shall be cured within a year." However, I also think how a man got leprosy during that time? Fizzy and bad food did not exist anywhere let alone a place like India. That man was going through bad karma! What does this mean? "I am going through health problems because of my karma?" It may sound like I am going in that direction BUT, if by eating the correct food I believe health issues (like cancer too) can be cured. OF COURSE it's news under the carpet/ Scientists will not mention this fact... How else will they make a living? (100% answer means no researchers and scientists required so they get made redundant) AND on top, everyone's body's are different so what works on one individual will not on another. Doctors can pinpoint what will work and not by going through tests. HOWEVER! Everyone has their own doctor within them. Ever consumed sugar or ghee and thought "I get itching or inflammation problem?" Or rash by fizzy drinks? This is a sign to give up/ extremely limit such foods. By giving it up means you can move on to simple daana paani which will immensely improve on your jeevans. Also, you will automatically wake before dawn and the body will feel good. So good that waking up b4 dawn comes with ease and tiredness is not there. The energy it brings is awesome! But there is another problem. Imagine the whole world giving up on all junk foods. What will become of fizzy drink and crisps, mithaai manufactures? They will close then where will the people go? How about McD's workers who must provide for their family? One solution is they open up where they sell organic food and veggies/ fruits for customers. Then ALL restaurants will be 100% the same across the world. Second solution, if not first solution then to minimise our purchase of junk immensely like once in a while. When was the last time you purchased a sofa? Do you go every week to buy a sofa? Once a month/ year? NO!? But Businesses like DFS are still open as they get DIFFERENT customers everyday. If they can do it, so can McD's (Different customers that come in 100's to the branches) but it's up to us to make a change. NOW all this I wrote can be contradicted by adding Karma! Why does one suffer of ill health? Even if they eat the correct food their illness never went away? They went to doctors, 100's of treatments? yet they still suffer? This is clearly to do with Karma. Does this mean we should give up and eat all the junk? NO! It means we should first give a change of food a go before we come to a decision. Was it karma? Or just a change of diet was needed?
  7. berrible news! This problem too will b solved by Gursikhs. I know you may think "When? How?" But EVERY Century there's always Sikhs with so much Kirpa that solve problems. In your town, is there a Giaani Ji or a normal Singh/ Singhni that people look up to? Gets jobs done, excellent advice, puts up stage shows, can give lectures, translate Gurbaani? Chances are... All reading this has immediately thought of that person in their current town/ city. Same way these Sikhs will come forth and sort out political/ Sikh affair matters. Everytime a samasiya arises Sikhs have come forth and succeeded. And people always think "What Sikhs? I don't see such Sikhs let alone ones with Aatm of Brahm giaans!" But need to have faith.
  8. If you pop up posters of 10 gurus or shaheed painting/ posters in your room it will help. I KNOW! you have not said where you stared at breasts but we all kno when kaam attacks the most... In our rooms! Anyways, any kaami thoughts stare at 10 Gurus (any Guru) pic and ask yourself, "Can I look Maharaaj in the eye with kaam on my thoughts?" REMEMBER! Pics/ paintings will NEVER be their true form BUT they should be used for source of inspiration only.
  9. It possibly may be an atheist/ other faith trolling? Spreading stuff around? And it's cleverly done you may think it an actual Sikh guy writing.
  10. There's only one solution. Become a sarb loh bibeki, meaning person who ONLY consumes own grown food and ONLY consumes milk they got themselves frm cows. Today it's milk tomorrow it's "The 19 hours working slave is constantly punished to work on rice..." Then we question where and how the rice was retrieved, as cruelty was involved.
  11. Yes there's a training academy at a village called "Pur hira" which is off Hoshiarpur district at the gurdwara. So if you happen to be in the vicinity... You're looking at over 100 students who train over there. I know as I went n saw it myself last time.
  12. Define "false taste." Artificial, choccies... Fizz drinks.
  13. Depends on Pyaares. All will be different.
  14. STILL comparison STILL no quotes from shabds.