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    harsharan000

    Quotes from AMRIT BANI

    ਦੇਵਾ ਪਾਹਨ ਤਾਰੀਅਲੇ ॥ Dhaevaa Paahan Thaareealae || God makes even stones float. ਰਾਮ ਕਹਤ ਜਨ ਕਸ ਨ ਤਰੇ ॥੧॥ ਰਹਾਉ ॥ Raam Kehath Jan Kas N Tharae ||1|| Rehaao || So how come one not float across, by chanting Your Name, O Lord? In these 2 verses above, Guru Jee clearly tells us that, if ever even remotely, we want to cross the mahabhavsagar and reach our true Nijh Ghar in Sach Khand, no other practice is of our avail, except that one of repeating His holy name. And sadly to say, it is this very Bhakti which most of us relegate as a last option in our daily practices, that too, when Guru Jee has clearly stressed upon, in each Ang, in each verse, upon what type of Bhakti to perform, the one in which, solely His holy Name is meditated upon, yet we shamelessly and ignorantly avoid it, then too, we say we love and firmly believe in Guru Jee. What a contradiction. By other outer practices, we remain devoid of that divine Truth, which is nowhere outside, but right within us, and it is only by His chintan, His meditation, that we are transported from outer 9 gates and portals, towards within ourselves, the Tenth gate, there where He has kept Himself fully for us, but alas, nobody does any such thing to reach there. For nobody is even slightly interested in performing that unique bhakti, which Guru Jee constantly reminds us throught out the Bani. Stay blessed. SSA.
  2. 1 point
    tva prasad

    An Idea for Change

    I watched a video posted by dalsingh regarding sexual grooming. I never realised how big of an issue it truly was sure I'd heard about it but that video really touched me. I realised it is time to speak up. We cannot sit here all hush whilst our women are being groomed! I want to create an app which will help abused sikh girls to share their stories. I believe it will help them connect with each other, empathise and realise they are not alone. Support is lacking within our community. This app will give these girls a chance to tell their story without shame as they can do so anonymously. I chose the format of an app as it will be easy to access for all and they won't have to disclose their identities, if they don't want to. The only problem, however, is I do not know how to make an app. It would be great if someone could help me. If you know anything about creating apps let me know. Something is better than nothing and we absolutely NEED to do something!
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    Soulfinder

    An Idea for Change

    True veer ji it would be a lot easier to make a facebook plus youtube page as our Late Brother Bhai Jugraj Singh Ji made for Basics Of Sikhi. You can try all the social media sites even a group on facebook,whatsapp etc. Android is a slightly better app market for me as i only use android phone and tablet. Plus there a lot more choices on there. You could add either written articles or distored face videos coming from the victims experinces tales etc.
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    tva prasad

    An Idea for Change

    Well, i was thinking android or apple. I'm not really experienced in this department. Would making a website or a facebook page be easier, you reckon. I'm still trying to refine my ideas. Any suggestions are welcomed.
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    Soulfinder

    An Idea for Change

    Veer ji thats a really good idea you have written and planned out. As this is a really serious problem and the effects will cause a lot of the victims to recall what happened is gonna be a daunting task for everyone involved with the app production. Where do you plan to release the app on android, apple or windows market ? As they have different methods coding when writting apps. Hopefully an IT professional with programming software apps can help a lot as daas remembers reading @jaikaaraveer ji works in the IT industry.
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    Kudos to Mohan Singh. Good on him. That's what we need. Labelling it as a "taboo subject" doesn't cut it. It just goes back to whole primitive culture thing. There is a time and place for everything, right now we must put culture behind us and do what's best. These girls need support we really do need to stand up for ourselves. To be frank, parents do play a big role. As we know, often times they are unwilling to understand and approach any problem in an effective way whether it be mental illness or something as serious as sexual grooming. It's extremely disheartening to say the least. Of course the mussies are going to say "there isn't any evudence". Everyone is afraid to face the situation. These muslims have mastered the art of exploiting us for our weakness and it's rather pitiful that we are still not willing to learn from it. To let go of our culture for the sake of combating this issue. I can see it from both sides (i.e. the parents saying "you really couldn't do anything" whilst also understanding the girl was helpless, by the time she found out what was going on it was too late). The parents are not willing to understand it from her perspective nor support her, whilst the woman is considering herself the victim but she was young and naive. Parents do really need to talk to their girls about such things. They have to be told the reality of such a situation. Awareness is key.
  7. 1 point
    harsharan000

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