While being at the SPN forum, I had been going thru a lot of discussions. At a personal level, I always look forward to how I can be a Sikh, and then a better Sikh, by looking at successful examples around us. There are numerous examples of Sikhs around the world, who act as inspiration to younger generations. Tejwant ji had mentioned name of his nephew working for Gap. Lot of youngsters look upto the successful people in their own chosen profession, to get more guidance, and also at the same time stick to the sikhi principles. Well, just drifting a bit, I belong to Punjab, and I guess most of the sikhism related principles for me, started from home and surroundings. Sometimes, I think If I were not from Punjab, would I have gone for Sikhism or not. Without speaking out my heart here, which some people may feel biased, I wonder why kids born at foreign lands are so pulled back from following sikhi principles. Most of the new sikh generations, seem to be (I may be wrong) leaving Sikhi. The reason may be best known to them. But to prevent that kind of thing, my heart asks for the best reasons and remedy to prevent that. As an SPN forum member, what can be done about it? How that kind of sangat can be reached, who dont even visit and participate the discussion? Also, it seems people tend to leave the faith they are born in and seek others! Some kind of fashion, or flowing with majority trend, perhaps!!! Please Help me to get out of these thoughts. Regards.