Thursday, February 16, 2006

Why are we waiting?

I’m gone try and post when I can but won’t be a lot of stuff by me. I’ve got so much stuff I want to write about past experiences and things that have happened but I just don’t have time at the moment unfortunately at the moment. I’ve taken a lot on and have lots to do and not getting it done. So I need to seriously concentrate on that. I will aim to blog a few times a week with stuff I find on my pc or net which I think others will find interesting to.

One thing I have realised since starting university is to say no to people and don’t let them suck you in with there talk. Everyone is concerned about number one, i.e. themselves and I guess it’s a man eats man world out there so you have to be the same. Some times I guess you have to be cruel to be kind. This probably won’t make sense to you but it’s not meant to.


Gurpreet Singh said... all serve all man...if u got time :D

Mr Singh said...

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Gurpreet Singh Ji I think the 'Sikh' way of thinking all, serve all, NO MATTER WHAT.

Waheguru has given us so much time, its individual perceptions of what it is with life. When we go through something hard we think that no one is suffering as much as us...or no one is hurting as much as us, however thats just our perception of the BLESSING guru ji has given us.

We must rememeber, everything is a bad can be given by waheguru. Its our intepretation of that blessing which constitutes whether it is labelled good or bad...dukh or sukh.

Its the same with time...we think we have no time. But think about the woman who does 3 jobs to feed her family...and still manages to be the best mother in the world.

So whatever time restrictions we think we have...we will always have enough time to love and to serve...NO MATTER WHAT.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh