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Reprogramming ourselves........very interesting talk by Jagraj Singh. Wish I could have met and talked to this brother. 

 

All the best for 2018, I hope it stretches us all to new levels. 

 

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Nice to see you back @dallysingh101

Your eloquence is missed.

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1 hour ago, MrDoaba said:

Nice to see you back @dallysingh101

Your eloquence is missed.

Eloquence?!?!?

Certain closeted clowns on here were pretty adamant that I was some ranting, potty mouthed bundha. lol! 

Just passing through. It's back to the grind in a couple of days. 

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4 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

Eloquence?!?!?

Certain closeted clowns on here were pretty adamant that I was some ranting, potty mouthed bundha. lol! 

Just passing through. It's back to the grind in a couple of days. 

The "f*dni" fiasco still makes me chuckle lol!

Kade kade chakar maar leya kar. Need some veteran members back.

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4 minutes ago, MrDoaba said:

The "f*dni" fiasco still makes me chuckle lol!

Kade kade chakar maar leya kar. Need some veteran members back.

Glad you remembered that one. lol!

I'm wondering what members think of Jagraj's point that colonialism essentially created a new, passive religion ('Sikhism') that utilised the visual imagery, iconography of Sikhi especially in its Khalsa form but was a complete departure from the faith and fiercely independent mindsets of our pre-colonised forefathers. 

What is this 'reprogramming' he speaks of?? 

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1 hour ago, dallysingh101 said:

Glad you remembered that one. lol!

I'm wondering what members think of Jagraj's point that colonialism essentially created a new, passive religion ('Sikhism') that utilised the visual imagery, iconography of Sikhi especially in its Khalsa form but was a complete departure from the faith and fiercely independent mindsets of our pre-colonised forefathers. 

What is this 'reprogramming' he speaks of?? 

the one which takes us away from the revolutionary/rebel mindset of Guru Sahibaan to sheep mentality of colonised peoples the recouching of our martial spirituality roots into nationalism for freedom of sub-continent via army signups . The fearless  parchariks who took sikhi to muslim heartlands  have been replaced by fake 'missionary college' graduates who spread doubt against every aspect of sikh doctrine .   The list is long but the point is the Sikhs can never be fit into a convenient box  because of the very natutre of sikhi and who it appeals to.... just need to shake people up from their amnesia and ignorance

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5 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

.... just need to shake people up from their amnesia and ignorance

It's cowardice and comfort that stop them. 

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2 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

It's cowardice and comfort that stop them. 

I spent all last night thinking on it and I am willing to shake myself up too ... this world deserves and need Gurbani Chanan...my kids need to know what is expected of them too.
 

the time for our awakening was not just then it  is ALWAYS now, preparing the ground for tomorrow :

'Singho there will be those among you who will quote, "Farid, kiss the fists of your foe and return homeward." They will say, "what is the use of violence?" But remember, "when all tolerances, when all limits are breached then it is commendable to raise the sword." There is nothing wrong with turning the other cheek. Turn it once, turn it twice I say turn it thrice. But remember the longer you keep turning your cheek, the more tyranny it will provoke. You will have no face left, and your foe will lose nothing. There is a limit for everything. This Panth prefers peace but if that peace is threatened then we have been ordained to protect it in the enemy's tongue. For a Sikh to retain Shastars and persecute innocents is a sin, but an even greater sin for a Sikh is to retain Shastars and not utilize them for the protection of Dharam.'

-Sant Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindranwale.

 

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11 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

Glad you remembered that one. lol!

Dally, seems like I'm not the only one remembering your incessant rambling littered with extremely interesting expletives! The admin over at SikhAwareness are harassing me to urge you to come back over there.

Please go and see them. In particular the root admin Sarabatam, who seems to have replaced Neo after he was kidnapped by Teja Singh Bhasaur's remaining chele.

(this is a genuine benti from them all)

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@dallysingh101 paji, hey hi how you doing? Flying visit kargeya, chaa, pakoreh tha lehlenda jan tho pehla. 🙂 ☕️ 🥪 🥤 juice peela. 

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16 hours ago, MrDoaba said:

Dally, seems like I'm not the only one remembering your incessant rambling littered with extremely interesting expletives! The admin over at SikhAwareness are harassing me to urge you to come back over there.

Please go and see them. In particular the root admin Sarabatam, who seems to have replaced Neo after he was kidnapped by Teja Singh Bhasaur's remaining chele.

(this is a genuine benti from them all)

They can go f**k themselves. After Neo left, the new admin wanted a puerile, sanitised forum and they can have it. 

Is Neo okay? Does anyone know? 

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1 minute ago, dallysingh101 said:

They can go f**k themselves. After Neo left, the new admin wanted a puerile, sanitised forum and they can have it. 

Is Neo okay? Does anyone know? 

Lol Sarabatam is Neo. He asked me to specifically ask you to come back.

The forum went quiet after he left. He's back after a long long break.

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12 hours ago, simran345 said:

@dallysingh101 paji, hey hi how you doing? Flying visit kargeya, chaa, pakoreh tha lehlenda jan tho pehla. 🙂 ☕️ 🥪 🥤 juice peela. 

Bhen ji, this is exactly what has to change in our community. We need to be giving out nutritious food when we meet, not stuff that'll turn us all diabetic after 2 or 3 sittings. 

Give me smoothies, organic kookars, machi (i.e. protein rich food) and low carbs please. As much as I love the other traditional stuff, they debilitate your mobility because they are so tough to digest. 

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1 minute ago, dallysingh101 said:

 organic kookars, machi (i.e. protein rich food)

Good luck. And you forgot bakra.

Would you ever try elk?

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8 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

Bhen ji, this is exactly what has to change in our community. We need to be giving out nutritious food when we meet, not stuff that'll turn us all diabetic after 2 or 3 sittings. 

Give me smoothies, organic kookars, machi (i.e. protein rich food) and low carbs please. As much as I love the other traditional stuff, they debilitate your mobility because they are so tough to digest. 

Yes you are right. Par main kithe roj banondi a 😯, only have them once a year or so. Just have the juice, fresh 🍊 orange wala a, and 🥗 salaat. 

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