Wednesday, November 01, 2006

the sikh psyche - the lions of Punjab

A Sikh (Sardar) is a man in the true sense
He will not smoke
He will not lie

if u want to cheat
u need to lie
a Sardar will never lie

A Sardar will never beg
to get a job
He will never beg for alms

even if he hasnt eaten for 4 days
he will not beg for food

a Sardar will not beg for mercy to save his life
nor will he lie to save his job

we now have a Sardar as PM
India is going places we never been before

Sikhism (Punjabi: ਸਿੱਖੀ) is one of the major world religions, primarily developed in 16th and 17th century India. Sikhism comes from the word Sikh, and the word "Sikh" comes from its Sanskrit root "śiṣya" (शिष्य) which means "disciple" or "learner".
The core beliefs of Sikhism are:
The belief in one pantheistic God. The opening sentence of the Sikh scriptures is only two words long, and reflects the base belief of all who adhere to the teachings of the religion: Ek Onkar (One God).
The teachings of the Ten Sikh Gurus (as well as other accepted Muslim and Hindu scholars) as enshrined in the Guru Granth Sahib.
The Guru Granth Sahib is a sacred text considered by Sikhs to be their eleventh and final Guru. Sikhism was influenced by reform movements in Hinduism (e.g. Bhakti, monism, Vedic metaphysics, guru ideal, and bhajans) as well as Sufi Islam. It departs from some of the social traditions and structure of Hinduism and Islam (such as the caste system and purdah, respectively). Sikh philosophy is characterised by logic, comprehensiveness, and a "without frills" approach to both spiritual and material concerns. Its theology is marked by simplicity. In Sikh ethics there is no conflict between an individual’s duty to oneself and that towards society


Anonymous said...

jo bolo se nahal
sat sri akal

Miranda said...

Interesting post. I will have to go through it more in a lil bit. I like to read about different religions and their beliefs.

Anonymous said...

Height of Honesty - A pregnant woman asking the bus conductor for one & a half ticket.

Height of Confusion - Two earthworms making love in a bowl of noodles.

Height of pain - A monkey sliding down a knife’s edge using balls as his brakes.

Height of Foolishness - A guy peeping thru’ the keyhole of a glass door.

Height of Itch - A fat man hanging (upside down) from a roof trying to scratch his balls.

Height of Innocence - A teenager girl applying Clearsil to her nipples thinking them as pimples.

Height of Unemployment - Cobwebs in prostitute’s cunt.

Height of Competition:
1.A guy peeing beside a waterfall.
2.A topless lady standing near mount everest.

Height of Bravery: A naked man bending over to pick up a quarter on an island of gays.

Height of Disgustion: While wiping after a good toilet dump, your finger pokes through the paper.

Height of Technology: Condom with zip.

Height of Penetration: A baby girl born pregnant.

Height of Darkness: A negro searching for his penis in a dark room.

Height of fashion: A female applying LipStick to her vertical Lips

Anonymous said...

A rather confident man walks into a bar and takes a seat next to a very attractive woman. He gives her a quick glance, then casually looks at his watch for a moment.

The woman notices this and asks, "Is your date running late?"

"No," he replies, "I just bought this state-of-the-art watch and I was just testing it."

The intrigued woman says, "A state-of-the-art watch? What's so special about it?"

"It uses alpha waves to telepathically talk to me," he explains.

"What's it telling you now?"

"Well, it says you're not wearing any panties..."

The woman giggles and replies, "Well it must be broken then because I am wearing panties!"

The man explains, "Damn thing must be an hour fast."

Anonymous said...

Let me ask you a question, and be honest....Do I make you horny?! Randy?!

Anonymous said...

wats the diff btw horny and randy?

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Anonymous said...

BE A LAKE.......

The old Master instructed the unhappy young man to put a handful of
salt in
a glass of water and then to drink it. "How does it taste?" the Master
asked. "Awful," spat the apprentice.

The Master chuckled and then asked the young man to take another
handful of
salt and put it in the lake. The two walked in silence to the nearby
and when the apprentice swirled his handful of salt into the lake, the
man said, "Now drink from the lake."

As the water dripped down the young man's chin, the Master asked, "How
it taste?" "Good!" remarked the apprentice. "Do you taste the salt?"
the Master. "No," said the young man.

The Master sat beside this troubled young man, took his hands, and

"The pain of life is pure salt; no more, no less. The amount of pain in
remains the same, exactly the same. But the amount we taste the 'pain'
depends on the container we put it into. So when you are in pain, the
thing you can do is to enlarge your sense of things ..... Stop being a
glass. Become a lake!"