Kanwaljit Singh

Kanwaljit Singh

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389 weeks ago @ The Langar Hall - Where Do We Go From He... · 0 replies · +3 points

Please try and remember 5 August as the World Sikh Awareness day. Every Sikh Gurudwara should have a program annually where we invite non-Sikhs local regular people (rather than leaders) with their kids. We should let them get accustomed to our customs and beliefs and share our values. Thanks.

445 weeks ago @ The Langar Hall - Oh How I Hate the Book... · 0 replies · +5 points

But if it were just another sect, the author wouldn't give it a separate chapter :) See the author knows what it is and what not!

450 weeks ago @ The Langar Hall - Remembering ’84: Our... · 0 replies · -3 points

Guru reminds us that Remembrance is the highest way of becoming One with the Divine.

Correction.. Remembrance of God is the highest way of becoming one with Divine. If we remember just 1984, the pain, the injustice, the murders, you know what we are becoming one with!

Let us accept it, with all the factionalism in our religion, younger generation going astray and losing connection with Sikhi, we cannot get Justice. We need to believe in Guru, listen more Gurbani, get balance and peace within our mind and train one and all with Shastra Vidya. We have to strive again for the pinnacle of Sikh glory, which doesn't come by marches, loudspeakers, car bumper stickers or t-shirts. Glory comes to those who have Guru ka Gyaan, Gur-Prasaad. Remember, the question is not just of justice now, but the very survival of Sikh Kaum. There is no time to waste. To survive we need to have support and influence at the highest level of ruling politics, that can only be done if we ourselves go in and contest elections. Are we good enough that all populace, Sikh and non-Sikh would choose us to be the leader? Can we prove the worth of title Sardar?

Remember without virtue, no one can sustain their rule.

Waheguru ji ka Khalsa
Waheguru ji ki Fateh

453 weeks ago @ http://www.galacticemp... - Obi Wan Kenobi Is Dead... · 0 replies · +20 points

First the empire promotes Obi Wan and his Guerilla tactics to fight against Separatists in Clone Wars, then they brand him a terrorist, destroy the Jedi Temple and kill all Jedi in War Against Jedi and finally they slaughter an old man in front of his disciple whom he considered his son.

453 weeks ago @ http://www.galacticemp... - Obi Wan Kenobi Is Dead... · 0 replies · +7 points

I think he just killed an ewok!

453 weeks ago @ http://www.galacticemp... - Obi-Wan Kenobi Is Dead... · 0 replies · +1 points

First the emperor makes Obi Wan his most trusted Commander to fight the Separatists, then ditches him for Vader and finally kills him before branding him a terrorist. Ah the Galactic Power Battles :(

513 weeks ago @ MrSikhNet - No Evolution without C... · 0 replies · +1 points

I know the purpose behind this sounds perfectly right. But it depends a lot how things work out. May Guru's blessings and wisdom be with all of us. Waheguru ji ka Khalsa, Waheguru ji ki Fateh ji

513 weeks ago @ MrSikhNet - No Evolution without C... · 0 replies · +1 points

Waheguru ji ka Khalsa, Waheguru ji ki Fateh ji, It is understandable for a non-punjabi person to have problems understanding Punjabi. And English is excellent bridge to make you understand. But it doesn't mean that we should bring things here to do this side. We have to cross over to Guru, and if we have to evolve, we have to evolve from non-punjabi people to Puran Sikhs, which also needs love for Gurmukhi. Remember Sikhi is more like a school, and we cannot join a school and ask it to change the curriculum. Moreover we as humans have the required intelligence to learn multiple languages.____Furhter more the ardas has first para constituted with the Baani of Guru Gobind Singh. Putting english translation is showing disrespect to His Baani.____

513 weeks ago @ MrSikhNet - Forgiveness · 0 replies · +1 points

I think there is some difference. Jesus asked God to forgive those who hurt him. While Gurus saw Waheguru in the face and the hand-doings of the 'evil' people. All they saw was His Hukam.