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  1. I may disagree with your views but I would give my life for your right to disagree with me!! Sorry friend......I cannot take the back handedness of some of the mods here......they are motivated by fear.....thye have allowed abuse of me by others here......altering my footnotes (despiyte not cotrovening any rules here)......they have conspired with friends to derail topics......and quite franky I do not like getting angry......... ..I will stay at www.sikhphilosophy.net........it's a bit more mature there.....and most of the people here usually come out with bruised ego's from that forum beca
  2. We can never be sure that the opinion we are endeavoring to stifle is a false opinion; and if we were sure, stifling it would be an evil still. ~John Stuart Mill, On Liberty, 1859 The fact is that censorship always defeats its own purpose, for it creates, in the end, the kind of society that is incapable of exercising real discretion. ~Henry Steele Commager The only valid censorship of ideas is the right of people not to listen. ~Tommy Smothers Censorship reflects society's lack of confidence in itself. It is a hallmark of an authoritarian regime. ~Potter Stewart We have a natural rig
  3. Let us accept a person IS Truthful and Fearless. Let me give you an example. You challenge someones ideas with facts and truth, and thats person lacks any way of challenging you with facts. That person is fearful of you and therefore seeks to gag you? Silence you? What kind of fear guides such misfortunates?
  4. What causes some people to be so fearfull of others or their ideas? Low self esteem? A lack of knowledge? Inability to challenge others? What is it?
  5. Naam is Truth....as someone has pointed rightly out it is not something someone whispers to you....it is self realisation....Naam is the way of becoming God realised or a Gurmukh........ Guru Nanak says "Higher than Truth is truthful living" In other waords Naam is not about reciting truth or the word of waheguru, but living it on a daily basis.....
  6. Could you post a pic of a Khanda from Sri Hargobind Ji's time please?! Infact any Khanday from Guru Gobind Singh ji's time even. I'll have a loook and try and find one before I'm banned. In the meantime here is a link : http://www.sikhs.org/khanda.htm and on the Nishan Sahib>>>http://www.sikh-history.co.uk/nishan_sahib.htm and a nice essay: http://www.westernssa.com/resources/docs/NISHAN%20SAHIB.pdf
  7. precisely my point...is that not more of a metaphorical refrence........like saying I have always belived in you even before I was born..? I am happy either way.
  8. I have read Dasam Granth and the description of a previous life seems to be metaphorical. Imagine it like this......Guruji had just created the Khalsa, many still had Hinduways....he was trying to explain new concepts (i.e. Sikh Concepts) in a way they would understand. This being to use Hindu mythology and Hindu metaphors. An example would be a Japanese person who only understands Japanese culture grammar etc.....initially to teach them about English culture grammar etc you would have to use Japanese concepts. Well thats my understanding anyway.
  9. Point is a Sikh ois meant to be a Sant Siphahi....if some one is a coward tghey have no business being a Sikh.
  10. I maybe a Buddha but there is certainly truth to the point..... It wasn't that "In my day things were different...."....it's just that we had no choice.......today kids have a lot of choice and they choose not to stand up for truth and justice anymore but for idiotic issues....as I stated above....
  11. So what you are saying is that it is conforming to what "Society" see's how we should see ourselves as the problem?
  12. as you seen to highly emphasise the word MEN here can you please provide some edivdence to support the "men" aspect of the statement you made made above First you say hukam and then u question our Guru Jee? lol.......... ............are u amritdhari veer G? i find it quite sad but at the same time i attrubute it simple lack of knowledge about HUKAM.........a Gur Ka Sikh is liberated when told not to remove ANY FORM OF KESH be it man or WOMAN.........Guru Jee saying dont mould ur life of society but MOULD UR JEEVAN FOR WAHEGURU............ Yet its our own fellow brother and sometimes eve
  13. Interesting twist! But I would say that majority of womens facial hair compared to mens is so insignificant that does it need mentioning? And if you say Guru Ji should have mentioned it....then do you support men removing hair from their bodies? I don't know....just asking the question. For me the key is why Guruji asked his Sikhs to bear unshorn hair and beards......the answer to that lies in history.
  14. leaflet designed by idiots for idiots..... good luck on your witch hunt and inposition of Sharia Law on Sikhism.....
  15. My feeling is that my generation were pretty tough that greew up in the 80's......the Battle for GRavesend 70's....Newham 8....Southall Riots....Shere Punjab.........Holy Smoke and Toots before they went haywire......... all the new generation are good for is getting beaten up by Muslims and Kalay.......and stabbing each other in Birmingham at Basakhi Mela's...... ....attacking old men at social events in community centres in leamington....and arguing about tables and chairs......... PS and talking tough on websites....
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