She is the same lady who allowed all the 1984 culprits to be in the party and even gave them ticket yet people here are wishing for her good health
By your comments, the only person you are hurting is YOU.She is the same lady who allowed all the 1984 culprits to be in the party and even gave them ticket yet people here are wishing for her good health
What Guru's taught and what not is a big debate .Even Guru Gobind singh ji sent Banda Bahadur to plunder Sirhind and take revenge of Sahibzada's death. Guru Gobind singh ji made peace with bahadur Shah so why there was need for any campaign .Didn't Guru ji knew that attack on any mughal commander will create lot bloodshed including his own Singh'sAnger, like lust, has its uses, but if we all drop to the common denominator, why might as well be atheists,
there are only two views on this
Sonia Ghandhi had skin cancer, I don't like the woman, but I am not going to lower myself by wishing her ill, as that makes me as bad as her.
Sonia Ghandhi had skin cancer, I hope she dies a painful and slow death, and I will take pleasure from it, because in that one moment, I am no better than she was, in ignoring the terrible tragedy of 84
Sonia Ghandhi had skin cancer, I pray and hope the creator gives her a long life and forgives her for adding to the pain and misery of sikhs all round the world
These are not even personal views, this is what our Guru has taught us
humility and forgiveness
I have been thinking a lot of Bandaji for a long time, he is a real hero of sikhism for me.
I often wonder whether Guruji knew what would happen after his death, did he really believe that Bandaji would calmly put right the wrongs, or did he know in his heart that all hell would break loose, only Guruji knows this, but I feel he must have an inkling.
Bandaji was not a guru, he was a man, a banda, whatever he did set the foundations for Maharaja Ranjit Singhji, he did make mistakes, and he did pay for them in the most awful way possible, he was a shinning example to us all about how easy it is to feel anger and ego, and how to reconcile it, he died in perfection, although some say he may not have lived in perfection.
The question here though is Sonia Gandhi, even in a war there is chivalry, even in a war, there are Bhai Kanhaiyas, its the same thing, in any case, who is to question the will of the creator, who is to question whether in years to come, the revelation of what has been done, and what each individuals role in that has done, or not done, does not come back to haunt people so much, that they wish they were dead.
We are not Gurus, we are not gods, we are not even worthy enough to even understand what someone like Bandaji went through, not only the battles on the field, but in his head,
Another issue, kdsji, We would all be lying if we did not share your opinion in thought, we cannot help that, but sometimes some thoughts should be left up there, if you were to see an attractive woman, you would not announce it to all and sundry, would you?
Are Sikhs really following these words.Tell me is their any other mean left for the justice for 1984 victims?Kdsji
One simple quote for you, from the tenth master
""When all other means have failed, It is but lawful to take to the sword. ..."
When all other means have failed my dear brother, let us not judge ourselves by the past, or even 1984, the past has gone, it is just old video tape, our actions determine the future, life is like a game of chess, you can keep going until there is only 1 piece left on the board, or you can see what is going, accept the position you are in, and deal with it sensibly and humbly.
At this present time, have other means failed? are we in a war zone? no , we are not, so, if we were to bow to the tenth master and accept his words of wisdom, then there is no need to unsheath our swords just yet..
So there is no real need to rationalize our reactions to news that Sonia Gandhi has skin cancern. Apologies for any offense I may have caused by my words.Bhai Kanhaya provided us the teachings of Selfless act. During the numerous battles between the Sikhs and the enemy (Imperial Mughal Army). Bhai Kanhaiya was often seen carrying a mashak --- the pouch made of goat's skin and used to carry water from place to place to serve water to anyone regardless to caste and creed. He continued to serve water to anyone whether he belong to Sikh soldiers or enemies.
At this some people complained to Guru Gobind Singhji about this. On inquiring by Guruji Bhi ji replied, i see God alone, my master in every person so I cannot distinguish between the Turks and the Sikhs, I see God in all.
On his reply the tenth Guruji not only appreciated his benevolent act, and took out a bottle of ointment and gave it to him to apply it to their wounds of all injured soldiers as well.
So by this teaching we get bereavement, spiritual and emotional support on every mishappening.
Sarbat da bhala.