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Sukhmani, Sikhi And Fraudulent Babas‎

Tejwant Singh

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Jun 30, 2004
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Invest therefore, in character. The organisation is only the aggregate of its members, the more cultivated the members, morally, the better the performance of the organisation. Performance virtues are characteristics of one's social back ground. Respect n dignity is an evolutionary trait amongst Sikh settlements, let us preserve it.
Well said, Original ji,

Does this apply to you too or not? Let's hear it.

Is this the reason you threatened to sue SPN several times with false accusations?
Is this the reason you tried the same trick on me but failed miserably?
Is this the reason you made the futile attempt, as a well-known barrister to extort and blackmail SPN when you did not like things to your fancy?

When you try to give your moral speeches, what morality did you find in your attempt to the blatant extortion but when called upon by SPN, you did not even have the decency to apologise?
Is this your moral compass for yourself as a Sikh ?

Which part of your own oratory below do you think you fit in?

Invest therefore, in character. The organisation is only the aggregate of its members, the more cultivated the members, morally, the better the performance of the organisation. Performance virtues are characteristics of one's social back ground. Respect n dignity is an evolutionary trait amongst Sikh settlements, let us preserve it
Let's be honest for a change Kulwant Singh. There is nothing Original about you.
Aman ji's challenge for you to start your own forum is/was for you to be measured in your own tone which you have not been and your tirades are nothing but accusations.
I am appalled at your attitude and your cheekiness with this saintly advice.

Original, just think of this," People who live in glass houses should not change their clothes with the lights on." Yuck!
 

Harry Haller

Panga Master
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Jan 31, 2011
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Aman Singh,

I'm sorry I've caused you grief, wasn't that way intended.

Yours is a tremendous contribution to Sikh Panth and Guru Granth. I couldn't do what you do, unreservedly, I decline the challenge. And, even if I were to accept your challenge where will I find such a cosmopolitan mix of radicals [coterie] dedicated in revolutionising Sikhism ? I don't think I could.

I've had wonderful 7 years at SPN and am grateful for having enjoyed unfettered privileges. Everything is so perfect here and I, subscribe exclusively to that very hospitality. Indeed, liberty is quite as much a moral parlance as is political growth a tact. This constant nag when someone is disrespected is to an end, a term of endearment, encapsulating as it were, the worth of an organisation like SPN, which depend far less on its institutions than it does, upon the characters of its people. Invest therefore, in character. The organisation is only the aggregate of its members, the more cultivated the members, morally, the better the performance of the organisation. Performance virtues are characteristics of one's social back ground. Respect n dignity is an evolutionary trait amongst Sikh settlements, let us preserve it.

Respectfully, yours,
A Member
maybe too little and too late my friend, your a nice fella, I've met you, you gave me mangos, and chaat, we talked, your one of the reasons I actually gave up calling my belief Sikhism, I felt that people like you and my father, and that generation deserved to live and love in their own way, without people like me questioning and arguing the concept of faith and insisting Sikhism was more than chanting and inward travel, so I felt it best to believe in what I believe, and allow others to do the same, I actually think you have wonderful qualities and wonderful thinking, but the desire and arrogance to insist that yours is the only way has overshadowed the content of your posts, some of which are fabulous.

Lately, all I see is trolling, arrogance, pride and ego, what happened?

As rightly pointed out above, the constant need to threaten legal proceedings, including posts written by me, mean't that at least one member left as the stress of possible civil proceedings was too much.

I hope you carry on contributing, but without the need to take to court anyone that does not agree with you, and with an open mind and an open heart, we all have enough problems in our own lives, without one of our own turning against us.
 

Original

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Jan 10, 2011
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Brother H,

I'm sorry I've not responded to your invitations lately. Not because I don't want to, but more because of this conscious mind, hates repeats. I don't think we've left anything unsaid, do you ? Otherwise, I'm so content to preserve those magical moments, sensations, perceptions and thoughts that we've once ventured out to discover and discover we did. I guess in a way we're both keyboard warriors, the difference is the battles. Yours is with the world and mine is with the self.

I was born in a village called Khan Khanna, district, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar, Nawanshahr [SBSN], about 4km from immortal Bhagat Singh's village, 30 km from Anandpur Sahib [AS].

I'm in and out of India like a yo yo, currently trying to house the disadvantaged at AS and school their children. Come along if you want - pleasure be all mine.

Ciao
 

Harry Haller

Panga Master
SPNer
Jan 31, 2011
5,762
8,156
50
Brother H,

I'm sorry I've not responded to your invitations lately. Not because I don't want to, but more because of this conscious mind, hates repeats. I don't think we've left anything unsaid, do you ? Otherwise, I'm so content to preserve those magical moments, sensations, perceptions and thoughts that we've once ventured out to discover and discover we did. I guess in a way we're both keyboard warriors, the difference is the battles. Yours is with the world and mine is with the self.

I was born in a village called Khan Khanna, district, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar, Nawanshahr [SBSN], about 4km from immortal Bhagat Singh's village, 30 km from Anandpur Sahib [AS].

I'm in and out of India like a yo yo, currently trying to house the disadvantaged at AS and school their children. Come along if you want - pleasure be all mine.

Ciao
no, I gave up fighting with anything and anyone, live and let live, let everyone come to their own conclusions in their own time, in their own way, given their own circumstances and environment, I have become a hermit, so what the world does is irrelevant to me, however, although yours is with the self, beware, we hate in others what we hate in ourselves, its easier to express it that way, if you believe in this wonderful thing called life, then allow it to live without the constant need and desire to water it, you may be peeing on it instead.

Ciao
 

chazSingh

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Feb 20, 2012
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Lots of fake Babes out there..

My question to you is...do you think there are genuine Sants/brahmgianis out there...

By this I mean human beings that with the aid of shabad Guru are mingling with their creator 24/7...i mean real mingling...

I would like to think yes...otherwise in my opinion Gurbani would be a total failure if not a single person has reached those heights...
 

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