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Open Affection to One's Spouse. Is It OK?

Discussion in 'Love & Marriage' started by spnadmin, Jun 8, 2008.

  1. spnadmin

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    Thread re-opened for forum member Singhbj ji

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    I know that you have tried to start this thread and encountered technical problems. So I restarted it thread for you. Please put your original comments in reply to this window so readers will know what you had to say. ;)
     
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    I found this pic on net which is thought provoking.

    Is it ok to show affection to one's spouse in the open ?

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  4. Gyani Jarnail Singh

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    WHY NOT ?

    A Sikh is not a "concealed" type....thats why Guru Gobind Singh ji made us..Sava lakh se ek larraoon..visible among Millions...
    We keep the Original "image" of Waheguru our creator...and we are to show our Love for the Creator by Living it..Gurmukh Living...
    A Sikh is not a closed mind....not a double speak ( something in private and another in public !!)..
    A Sikhs life is an OPEN PAGE...nothing to hide and sans fear..
    It was GURU AMARDASS JI who first BANNED ALL VEILS/PARDAHS in PUBLIC - those were 13th century "Social Clamps/fetters"..many such "fetters in name of samaaj/social behaviour/norms etc " exist even today.
    An interesting incident to illustrate... i was a teenager among a large group of Mlaysian Sangat at the KL Airport awaiting the arrival of SANT FATEH SINGH President of the Sharomani Akali Dal from Punjab....just as the sant and his entourage appeared and the sangat surged forward...a white couple passed by ( doing what the sikh couple in the photo are doing and more !!)...more than 3/4 of the Sangat turned around to look at the white mem.....and ignored the Sant Ji...until the couple ahd moved quite far away...)
    My point is "hiding" our emotions in the name of civil society/samaaj/social norms/blah blah blah while actually the inner desires are "nakedly gallopping right underneath and just waiting for a chance to jump out...is NOT SIKHI..its COUNTERFUGE/DUPLICITY/FRAUD..of the worst kind and not befitting sikhi/gurbani at all.

    Gyani jarnail Singh
     
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    In this maze of negativity around us... this is a refreshing thought, Gyani Ji... :)
     
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    God has influenced them or the Dasam Granth?
     
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    All jios, and Bablir Sing ji

    This thread is in the "Lifestyle" forum of SPN -- so it is not necessary to introduce the Dasam Granth debate. Sometimes light conversation is permitted.

    Antonia D. D'Onofrio
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    Always marrying a new bridegroom cannot be called the lifestyle, kissing him like a yogini while standing on one foot like a tapini may be though.
     
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    Aw! Smile a little Balbirji -- but standing on one leg like a tapini was a good one.

    Antonia A. D'Onofrio
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    P/S i won't bother you any more on this point.
     
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    SMILE...thats a good one aad jio. As they say Smile and the world smiles with you..cry and you cry alone ??
    Sikhi is full of smiles....and so should we...if we claim to be sikhs
    Aman Singh ji is right.. so much negativity all around us....SIKHI is POSITIVE.

    Gyani Jarnail Singh
     
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    ਜਹ ਦੇਖਾ ਤਹ ਰਵਿ ਰਹੇ ਸਿਵ ਸਕਤੀ ਕਾ ਮੇਲੁ ॥
    जह देखा तह रवि रहे सिव सकती का मेलु ॥
    Jah daykhaa tah ravi rahay siv saktee kaa maylu. SGGS 21
     
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    Not bad!
     

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