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  1. time to be a little mischievous tell your dad to sign over stuff to you or your mom for tax reasons etc we take abuse like this too lightly take him for all he has got he doesn't deserve it anyway (within the confines of the law) I hope you solve this as every day your mom stays and gets beat is another day of pain. pls send me a message if you need some singhs to help advise your dad on the reasons he shouldnt beat his wife!
  2. Well arent the Panj Pyare just people and as such wont they just have differing opinions as well ....hence the major differences in our panth currently when we have so many different panj pyare giving out different "types" of amrit and different advice. You should ask your question here forums a place to bounce ideas and different interpretations so that the end user (o.p) gets a wide range of advice and he picks whatever makes more sense to him surely!
  3. I think what amansingh was trying to get at was the fact so many people follow sants/brahmgianis etc when more often then not they are not what the claim to be. Now i am not saying that there are no sants or Bhramgianis but what aman refers to is that we do not need these people as we have the ultimate guide in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. For example i know a lot of people who follow sants and dera's etc and these people would say the same as you no point saving people who do nindiya of mahapurakhs, we need to learn for ourselves and start becoming real sikhs (leaders, brave, courageous not shee
  4. Savinderpal when you have read the above post please re read it to make sure you understand, very eloquently put. by literally a bujjar kurehit do you mean it is not a bujjar kurehit if it was then it would be one of the 4 bujjar kurehit (halal meat, hair,adultery, intoxicants) again your misreprenting sikhism whereas we are asking questions you deem yourself able to give answers and factuals ones THAT ARE WRONG (please listen to the story of Ram Rai) maybe thats the problem not enough independent thinking, i truly hope you do change your views because remember as amritdharis we are the dust
  5. Hardly an explanation its more you just bleating off random stuff that doesnt actually make sense youve shown no though process no logic not even a modicum of rationality. Taking amrit isnt like the christian version of baptism it becomes a part of you and hence to break your amrit is a huge thing now completed by any of the 4 bujjar kurehits not just stuff you make up and try and pass off as fact! please tell me where and why eating from a non amritdharis plate would break your amrit in your own words? well my mother is how would you feel if we refused to eat in your house, im not sure how
  6. Of course there is such a thing as a non practising sikh in other words a non baptised sikh, people who identify themselves as sikh but dont follow rehat that is a non practising/baptised sikh the same as in catholocism etc. Im not saying that the moneh who bows is better or worse then the muslim who bows, im saying generally quite a lot of my moneh friends know about sikhi and are fiercely loyal to sikhi but choose not to practice/follow rehat doesnt mean they are not sikh and in the same way the muslim who bows will be doing it for ritualistic sake (unless someone has told him what it means
  7. This problem has always been not about non practising sikhs but about the leniency shown by Sikhs in general to these events. Now if a sikh decides to marry a muslim thats fine but the ceremony cannot be performed in a gurdwara they should have a civil one because they are not practising sikhs, the difficulty comes with moneh who are not practising but i believe they can have their marriage in a gurdwara because they truly accept Guru ji as their father, whereas a muslim is just bowing for the sake of ritual. We need more gurdwara to instigate marraige counselling previous to a marriage and to
  8. if only the present is relevant than why do we listen to sakhia from over 400 years ago please think before you type there is a lot to be learned from the past but thanks for the information as it is always best to be informed with knowledge than not to seek it out
  9. Sorry i think you have misunderstood the question, i didnt ask for qualification on what sachkand is, our role in merging back into Waheguru, nor on the infinitness of Waheguru these things are the very basic tenets of sikhi. Having read the Vaar that you suggested im guessing that "Binu Gur Darasanu Daykhanaa Bhramataa Dhiray Tdaurhi Naheen Paaay, Binu Guru Poorai Aaay Jaaay" is what you are referring to. Again for the record i asked pre guru's time how does this fit into our belief in others reaching sachkand?, i think one of the previous posters mentioned guru ji being in human form pre h
  10. Dr Ambedkar Inspired a generation pretty much the closest you can come to being a sikh without actually being called a sikh! Some of his quotes are just #inspirational
  11. yes why not i think for most part sikhi is rational and for the other parts i have faith/belief however the irrational logic in this case is too much for a blind leap of faith hence asking more learned sikhs as to what they think/ what gurbani says everydays a school day after all
  12. And before the gurus how about all those lifes/souls? where they just given another chance based on their deeds, how can you accept guru granth sahib ji as guru if guru was not provided in this way pre 1300AD? Sachkand has only been populated since 1300AD and the billions of souls before that are just reincarnated? Seems a bit illogical? Thanks for the Pauris!
  13. sorry what is the difference? please expand on your point.... I didnt slander you a manmukh you are a manmukh in the same way i am comfortable admitting i am a manmukh(obviously trying to be a gurmukh) if you think your a gurmukh then thats a different case then im slandering your opinion of yourself not what you actually are. If this conversation proves anything its that we are both NOT gurmukhs yet. a Gurmukh is someone like sant baba gurbachan singh who epitomises all that is sikh in every word and action can you truly call yourself the same?
  14. OP now i know why you posted as Anon because these questions are so basic even basic research will provide answers but seems as you are not willing to learn and to be a sikh YOU MUST be willing to learn. at the end of the day its your life approach your parents however you as a parent would want to be approached, say in 30 years time when you have a teenager and he thinks its ok to do something that you are against. At the end of the day if you can honestly say that the reason you want to cut your hair is not for fashion/girls/peer pressure then i would be impressed, will it be a nose job fo
  15. Anyone got an answer to the above, before sikhi the billions of people never achieved Mukhti because they never took amrit so an all powerful waheguru never allowed these people to achieve Mukhti because they never took amrit which wasnt available to them? i find that logically very hard to believe. As for the fact that only 1 sikh guru took amrit that is incorrect as the jyot of all the gurus was the same what one guru did the other gurus also did, you will be hard pressed to find the gurus ever contradict each other because they share the same jyot it is only the human body that the jyot re
  16. LOL you know what i wrote quite a harsh reply to you before i edited this i clicked on your profile and saw that your still a university boy, chal well i think we shall leave it at that if you HONESTLY think that i slandered baba ji then you should be doing more than insulting me singh, sikhs are fearless and never put up with anyone bad mouthing our gursikhs i for one wouldnt let it stand.. Good luck with the exams little bhaji may they bestow more worldly knowledge onto your young shoulders.
  17. doing path without wanting anything will be the hardest thing for you to get your head around dont listen to the people who say you need a mahapurakh to guide you when you have your guru you dont need anyone else. when your doing paath concentrate and dont pray for things pray for happiness. seems your still stuck in a world of maya and ego and pride whereby you judge others on what they have or how much paath they do, when really you should concentrate on making yourself a better person dont take the tablets its the weak way out sikhs dont commit suicide because the pain and hole you leave
  18. The hukam of waheguru is what you make it to often its easy to get embroiled in the whole this is whats meant to be but you can actively change that. I for one do not feel sorry for you, you are powerful beyond measure, you probably dont realise the big impact you have on your family and friends. Even the sangat on here but it sounds like you could do with more chardikala sangat feel free to drop the posters on this site a message if your close to their home towns because end of the day who doesnt want to spend time with their family
  19. I suppose it boils down to what type of person you want to be. Everyones INTEPRETATION of bani is different you do not have the entire say so on what is and what isnt maryada etc. Now although i believe that a marriage in front of guru ji should be between man and a woman that is my PERSONAL interpretation and if said gay sikh was to question me i would advice him of the reasons why i BELIEVE that this is the reason. Sikhi is personal and for too long we have had a sant ji says this and sant ji intepreted this in his katha and thats what i believe we have become sheep to these "sants" or th
  20. from the guys account i cant see where he says that being gay is acceptable or unacceptable he simply mentions it isnt expressedly forbidden (Waheguru seems not to impose limits on us instead letting us choose our way except for some bujjer kurehits) Hes not trying to alter maryadha or change your rehit he may be adjusting it for his lifestyle but dont we all some in bigger way then others, unless your strictly following maryada i mean down to the absolute T, then who are we to say he is wrong completely and im guessing if we all followed maryada we'd have a bit more love and compassion for s
  21. He is not a sikh ^^ but you are?? About time people started thinking themselves instead of allowing some random to tell you on a forum what is and what isnt rehat! how many people have actually read the particular shabad and understood it and then depending on your personal circumstances your interpretation will be different I for one dont think just because someone is gay you can say they are not sikh. Live and let live why we as sikhs feel we need to force maryada on people or force them into thinking our way i will never know. instead how about we all think about our own personal sikhi s
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