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    A Decision On The Razor's Edge

    You are right, outward appearance is no guarantee of inner peace, which following the teachings of our Gurus gives us. Actions always speak louder than words/appearances etc.. When I went to the Golden temple about 14 years old, I was disgusted at the amount of poverty immediately outside the...
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    A Decision On The Razor's Edge

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    A Decision On The Razor's Edge

    I have two boys one aged 5 and one aged 9 and they really fully don't understand the reasons, why they wear pakta, but they would never cut their hair, it is not a burden to them. They know they are Sikhs and SIkhs do not cut their hair, simple. You only put whatever reasoning you what and...
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    A Decision On The Razor's Edge

    Most women when they reach a certain age, hair just grows on there chin and sides, and in some cases as they grow older, hair just grows. I have seen many elderly women in the Gurdwara with facial hair and I am so proud of them, I love and respect them and their devotion. In my cases I...
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    Arts/Society Day Time Sky As Our Nurse

    Day Time Sky As Our Nurse - YouTube Took a few snaps of the animals at the zoo and the day time sky. I hope you enjoy.
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    Should We Serve Alcohol As Guru Ka Langar?

    Re: To celebrate or not? I am not going to give you the card and invitation, that would be dangerous. I knew feelings can be very passionate on the issue and it was close family programme. If you want to you can send me a private email and I will give you the address of the Gurdwara...
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    Should We Serve Alcohol As Guru Ka Langar?

    There are a number of questions addressed to me, I am not sure if I can answer them all. Just a few points, Gurdwara do not need the money generated from halls serving aclohol, kindly have a look at the Charity Commission website and type in the search section Gurdwara you will find the...
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    Should We Serve Alcohol As Guru Ka Langar?

    The overall growing consensus in UK is that it is wrong to serve alcohol and meat in Gurdwara premises, whether there is Guru Granth Sahib is there or not as the sangat has brought the premises and it is anti-Sikh to serve alcohol. I appreciate some administrators of SPN may disagree and feel...
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    Should We Serve Alcohol As Guru Ka Langar?

    Re: To celebrate or not? OK, you are saying that to serve alcohol as Guru ka Langar is perfectly normal and not misleading because it is part of Punjabi culture?? I am a bit surprised to be honest. I think it is unlikely that SPN is supported by Guinness, but I may be wrong. This issue I...
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    Should We Serve Alcohol As Guru Ka Langar?

    Re: To celebrate or not? Kuramai is pre-engagement programme from the grooms side, where the bride family come with fruits etc..at the Gurdwara. For my clarification? Spnadmin you believe it is acceptable to have meat and alcohol served as Guru Ka Langar??
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    Should We Serve Alcohol As Guru Ka Langar?

    Re: To celebrate or not? Why are you suspicious? It was a kurmai, to be more precise.
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    Should We Serve Alcohol As Guru Ka Langar?

    Re: To celebrate or not? It was not a wedding party, but a programme, the programme listed on the card, Guru Ka Langar would be served, which it was at the hall next door.
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    Should We Serve Alcohol As Guru Ka Langar?

    Should we serve Alcohol as Guru Ka Lanagar? For many celebration is a time of joy , when a moment comes in a family, when there is finally a engagement , wedding, when there is finally a child born. These are times of joy and happiness, and for most people we mark these occasions with...
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    Helping Children Spiritually Cope With Dying And Death

    You are welcome, for what use it is writing if it is not read:-) and used to help others. The title is 'The big beautiful light and me' Gurmit Kaur
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    Helping Children Spiritually Cope With Dying And Death

    It is not that difficult spnadmin, it is really simple, what is not is making the network of support happen, when there is no will to do so. I wrote this for sikh children's book competition, they liked it but it did not win: The big beautiful light and me Narrator: Once upon a time there...
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