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  1. I wonder what the purtan dye was? Old school colors tend to be things like cobalt, indigo etc.
  2. I get where you're coming from. I have a hard time doing Ardas now...I start..then...figure...Jaap Naam accept Hukam.
  3. Reincarnate until that's you it seems. To whatever degree it appears we have free will, we are wise to focus it in the direction you're talking about, that of devotion.
  4. It also says, forgive the english from memory, that my God is the Savior of all.
  5. Bro....I'm not even gonna gonna read past this first post. Your undetstanding of medicine/health is...non existent...and you're being a <banned word filter activated>...
  6. I'm too ignorant to read the above, but if Guruship wasn't passed to Guru Granth Sahib Ji, then it would have passed to a "person", and the continued pressence of the lineage of the Gurus would have been irrefutably clear. The lack of said figure would suggest, as would the direct experience of interfacing with the Guru Granth Sahib Ji, that the Guruship indeed rests with the Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
  7. As part of the attack on the family, over time, reducing the earning power of men, consigning both the man and woman to work for what ultimately adds up to what used to be a single person's income, leaving single mothers unable to cope at all without government welfare and massive child care costs, even two income families stuggle to pay. Many men killed or jailed leaving even family woman prone to this owned single welfare status, leaves all children subject to compulsory government control via poor education systems. I wonder how many single women it would take living as an extended family group to be able to reduce the time required for each woman to part time, leaving them free to provide chilcare and a Khalsa education to each others children? And I wonder if we wouldn't all better weather the state of things as jathas of a certain size living collaboratively. Defraying certain costs, benefitting from multi generational wisdom.
  8. As an american born person I already view public education as a weapon of empire for the purpose of cultural genocide, opression, to inculcate a fake nationalism based on a fake history so...that's why all I can do is reiterate the need for Khalsa community educational co ops.
  9. Well not our business largely. Although on a slightly related note all Sikh children should benefit from a Khalsa education based on Truth period.
  10. Wellll....point taken...but if one was really inclined lol..
  11. Guru Granth Sahib Ji is the living Guru. You been debating a Rhadasoami, however that's spelled, or something?
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