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  1. N30S1NGH

    What is free will in sikhi?

    According to my understanding, ape beej ape khao bachan is matter of doer ship, if you do the actions with doership*/identity/ego then cycle of karma ensues then you will get fruit based on those actions. But if you allow actions spontaneously coming directly from consciousness then its direct expression of that consciousness-vahiguru- everything is expression of divine. Sukhmani sahib talks about this over and over again - how vahiguru is doing everything, enjoying, expressing itself. There is only one and there is no one besides one. Regarding- Akhan jor gurbani vak- it alludes to the point there is no free will everything is per-odained- you can will what you want but you cannot will what you will which means backdrop of everything is pre-determined*. Doership* Ang-278 ਜਬ ਇਹ ਜਾਨੈ ਮੈ ਕਿਛੁ ਕਰਤਾ ॥ जब इह जानै मै किछु करता ॥ Jab ih jānai mai kicẖẖ karṯā. As long as this mortal thinks that he is the one who does things, ਤਬ ਲਗੁ ਗਰਭ ਜੋਨਿ ਮਹਿ ਫਿਰਤਾ ॥ तब लगु गरभ जोनि महि फिरता ॥ Ŧab lag garabẖ jon mėh firṯā. he shall wander in reincarnation through the womb. *Pre-determined https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqLDWyk1uLQ Science experiment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQ4nwTTmcgs
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    What is free will in sikhi?

    I don't think we have free will , just like we cannot stop breathing by our own will, breathing occurs spontaneously and naturally, there is no will either way to stop breathing by body even if he tries to hold breathing , one cannot do it indefinitely. This topic reminds me of quote by Einstein: you could will what you want but you cannot will what you will. Back drop is preordained. Good thread on sa regarding this: http://www.sikhawareness.com/topic/15329-does-waheguru-do-everything/
  3. My two cents - All our panj pyares came from different back ground in india to anandpur sahib to give their heads. - Khanda da batta is only one , and from one everyone takes amrit and drinks amrit. That should be good indicator as well.
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    FB post of singh who committed suicide.

    It's quite a shame mental health is undermined /almost look down upon in our culture, Guru maharaj already says- Nanak Dukhiya Sab Sansar || ... everyone is suffering so with that kept in mind. we should always help one another, and don't think for second one is better than other in terms of mental health, the fact there mind still active denotes suffering. Everyone is on the same boat when it comes to suffering and depression.
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    Is Whaeguru Impersonal or Personal?

    In order to answer your question, if I could take your attention back to mool mantar/maha mantar, it has all the answers to your questions: It starts with Impersonal all pervading ONE non dual Vahiguru/God which we all believe in - IKongkar(Non dual One Universal Aware being) Satnaam (its name is Eternal Truth/Existence) Karta Purkh(creative conscious) Nirbhauo (Without fear as its one in all, all in one its one without second) Nirvair(without enemy as its one in all, all in one its one without second) Akaal Morat (Timeless Being) Ajooni (Unborn) Saihbhang (Self Aware/Illuminating) Gurparsad (Pure Awareness Existence Bliss) / realized by grace of personal God/Satguru (Jot of all our ten Gurus in PERSONIFIED JAGAT JOT -Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji) Sri Guru Granth Sahib is infinite ocean of bhramgyan (eternal divine wisdom), we pay devotion to Sri guru granth sahib ji by nine types of bhagti http://www.sikhawareness.com/topic/16852-nine-types-of-bhagtee/ to give us grace/wisdom to meet and realize Vahiguru/IkOngkar-eternal truth.
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    Why is there ritualism in Sikhism?

    Yes there are cautions every where in gurbani to rise above from human conditioning, wrapping our head around reference points, dualistic notions. Sukhmani sahib and Akaal ustat compositions comes in mind, where it clearly says without devotion of naam -dharam and karam are useless, so cautions are everywhere in gurbani to seekers not to confine themselves in only form-sargun /maya but see substratum ultimate principle behind all of this, seeing source of it and always remember -Aad purkh (Primal all pervading aware being) in midst of everything.
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    Why is there ritualism in Sikhism?

    In short, Gurmat supports both: 1. Sarguna/shabad -Personal God- personification/devotion/ glorification of personal God/Guru-Sri guru granth sahib ji, sri dasam granth sahib, shastars-see nine types of bhagti, history) 2. Nirguna (impersonal God all prevading Vahiguru by concentrating on shabad via abhyaas/ meditation, contemplating and abiding on wisdom-gyan of gurbani and one spontaneously naturally- abiding, living and being, Jot saroop- Non dual all pervading Awareness- Vahiguru operating or living from natural way of being. This is to help all seekers who are at various different phases of spirituality or state in their life without loosing main aim of merging back in Vahiguru( Gobind Millan ki eh teri bariya)/ Man tu jot saroop hai apna mool painchain ||
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    Muslims and Sikhs being harassed

    This is why its so important minorities support one another to face bigger threat of current times- alt right white neo nazi. I am not sure about UK but in Canada - muslims and sikhs lets just say all liberal whites, brown and black people stick together as far as inclusion, human right case goes.. In many instances, muslims have supported world sikh organization and world sikh organization of canada support muslims as far as human right case goes. My boss in my previous job who was hindu with strong hindu nationalist views, asked me how comes sikhs support muslims here in Canada. I told him as far as human right goes, we support all minorities, advised target of neo nazis may not be hindus now but soon they will, tables can turn anytime, against anyone. They have very white agenda, unless hindus can absolute certainty prove they are heirs of aryan race which they can't-totally act like them, they can't. For neo nazis they treat muslims, hindus, sikhs and other minorities as brown just like rest of us.
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    Surrey Nagar Kirtan - Ahmediya Muslim Stall

    Contact one of the organizers at surrey, send him your feedback for future reference: https://www.facebook.com/mo.bual
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    Surrey Nagar Kirtan - Ahmediya Muslim Stall

    Thats indeed surprising that they would have their own parchar stall at vaishaki nagar kirtan. If their stall was approved , atleast basic of sikhi should have been made aware, may be engage in debate, discussion. On another note- I do find surrey vaishakhi nagar kirtan first time decision of inviting first nations inspiring and fitting though, here its bit of that video: https://mobile.twitter.com/boparaiied/status/987719594532945920/video/1
  11. source: http://nationalpost.com/news/politics/john-ivison-on-trudeaus-india-trip-and-the-atwal-affair-national-security-adviser-daniel-jean-had-a-line-and-stuck-to-it This article shows daniel jean breifing today was water down version(to save face diplomacy with) than ACTUAL REAL briefing he gave John Ivision back in feb: John Ivison: On Trudeau's India trip and the Atwal affair, Daniel Jean had a line and stuck to it Jean revealed fewer details on the events surrounding the ill-fated trip than he did at the time to journalists (including this one) Daniel Jean, national security adviser to the prime minister, prepares to appear at a Commons national security committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Monday, April 16, 2018.Justin Tan/THE CANADIAN PRESS John Ivison April 16, 2018 7:45 PM EDT Filed under Canadian Politics Comment Facebook Twitter Reddit Email More There can be no doubt that Canada’s national security adviser was telling the truth, and nothing but the truth, when he appeared before a parliamentary committee on Monday, in an attempt to clear up the Jaspal Atwal affair. But Daniel Jean was explicit that he could not tell MPs the whole truth, because much of it remains classified. The upshot was that Jean revealed fewer details on the events surrounding Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s trip to India than he did at the time to journalists (including this one). Jean said he elected to give certain journalists a background briefing in February on convicted attempted-murderer Atwal’s appearance at a reception in Mumbai to counter a “false narrative.” Atwal posed for a photo with Sophie Gregoire Trudeau in Mumbai and was invited to another event at Canada’s embassy in New Delhi by Liberal MP Randeep Sarai. An article in the Vancouver Sun about Atwal’s presence at the event asked how someone with his criminal and Sikh separatist past could be cleared to attend official functions in India. Jean said this is what prompted him to call a handful of journalists in Ottawa the next day to offer an alternative to what he suggested was “co-ordinated misinformation” – that the RCMP, CSIS and the Canadian High Commission were aware of Atwal’s invitations to the events but did not act to rescind them. Jaspal Atwal arrives to read a statement to reporters in Vancouver in March. Ben Nelms for National Post “I never raised a conspiracy theory,” he said. “What I said is that there was co-ordinated efforts to try to misinform and I said these were either private people – it was definitely not the government of India, and if it was people from India, they were acting in a rogue way.” Atwal was a one-time member of the International Sikh Youth Federation – now listed as a terrorist entity by Ottawa – who was convicted in 1987 of trying to kill a Punjab cabinet minister vacationing in B.C. However, he is no longer considered a terrorist threat by Canada or India. The issue for the security services was more that Atwal’s presence was an embarrassment. “It was a faux pas. It should not have happened,” Jean told the committee. He offered a much less fulsome account than the one he gave me on February 22nd, when he alleged Atwal’s presence in India “was not an accident”. He said Atwal had developed links with the Indian government, as his views on Sikh separatism had evolved. “They no longer see him as the enemy,” Jean said at the time, pointing out he had been taken off a travel blacklist, allowing him to visit India twice in 2017. Jean said Atwal met with Indian diplomats from the consulate in Vancouver. Atwal’s own social media account shows he visited the Indian External Affairs department in New Delhi last year. The national security adviser suggested it might be convenient for some in the Indian government to embarrass the visiting Canadian prime minister over the perception that he is soft on Sikh separatism. When I asked which part of the Indian government might be so motivated, he said: “The intelligence service.” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits the Jama Masjid Mosque in New Delhi on Feb. 22, 2018.Sean Kilpatrick/CP In subsequent interviews, he asked a number of rhetorical questions: Who knew Atwal was in India? Who took the pictures of Atwal with the prime minister’s wife? And who sent them to Canadian media? Jean’s intervention – unprecedented for a national security adviser, in my experience – led to the opposition parties accusing the Liberal government of peddling conspiracy theories that have adversely impacted Canada-India relations. The Indian government subsequently issued a statement denying any involvement – “including by the security agencies” – in the Atwal affair. But rather than pressing Jean for evidence of activity in Canada by rogue Indian operatives, the opposition members of the public safety committee were more intent on blaming the Prime Minister’s Office for wheeling out the national security adviser to engage in damage limitation. Consequently, they emerged from committee none the wiser, which was predictable, but also no better informed, which was not. It’s hard to know what to make of Jean’s testimony. It seems that he may have said too much in late February, although he denies revealing classified information. National security adviser Daniel Jean points to ‘coordinated misinformation’ in Jaspal Atwal affair Andrew Coyne: Serious questions remain around Atwal affair despite partisan silliness Still, his actions have attracted criticism within the intelligence community. Phil Gurski, a former strategic analyst at CSIS who now runs Borealis Threat and Risk Consulting, said on his blog that Jean did what everyone in intelligence knows is wrong: “disclose sensitive information to those not entitled to receive it.” Jean’s questions about how the pictures of the prime minister’s wife and Atwal surfaced are valid. Atwal blamed “enemies” for circulating the photos obtained by the Vancouver Sun, in the article on February 22. But Jean’s defence of CSIS, the RCMP and the High Commission in India can’t deflect from the fact a simple Google search of the names on the invitation list to the Indian events would have revealed. The vetting process was clearly slapdash. But the national security adviser had a line and he was sticking to it. From the government’s point of view, any reminder about the ill-fated passage to India is a trip down misery lane. That Jean did not make things worse will be regarded as something of a triumph. jivison@postmedia.com Twitter.com/IvisonJ
  12. What these journalist don't understand. Unlike professional CSIS, RAW is not - Non partisan organization, RAW is underworld outlaw banana republic criminals/mobs/ spy organization which controls media narrative, uses all political parties, all political parties in india uses them.
  13. Some really good questions from this: In his testimony, Jean confirmed publicly for the first time that it was he who provided a background briefing on the matter to journalists, including those at Global News, and told MPs he had made the decision to speak with reporters after seeing what he described as “misinformation” published by CBC News and the Vancouver Sun. 1. Who was terry melswki CBC source and vancouver sun source? Let me guess- self loathing Ujjal Dosanjh and GOI cronies!!! What a gong show.
  14. Daniel Jean set the record straight today at the hearing -quite interesting and very telling- Rampant ‘misinformation’ on Jaspal Atwal affair sparked decision to brief reporters: Daniel Jean https://globalnews.ca/news/4147124/daniel-jean-jaspal-atwal-affair/
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