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(please answer the question. im not looking for meat debate. if thread gets out of control admins can lock it)

i had a question..

one of my friends friend was having a talk with myself about meat and he raised the question about eggs. And i told him that sikhs dont eat meat . and hes like eggs as well, and im like yes snice it has a life form that in the future will be taken.

He answered that thats true but the eggs that are processed now in stores can never be in living form hence can never be hatched. is this true ??

So now if this is true, would eggs still be considered wrong to eat ??

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rehit can NEVER BE CHANGED!! and SHOULDNT!! .. what guru gobind singh ji maharaj sed SHUD STICK !! EVEN NOW!!

we shouldnt change rehit around us .. more liek us around rehit

vaheguru

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That is true..... proponents of meat eating say they can eat "jhatka" , but is seafood like fish killed as jhatka.... and unfertilised eggs are a new phenomenon..... 10 years now if scientists use genetics to give birth to dead animals to do away the process of killing animals, would that mean we can eat them??? or will it be similar to jhatka.... since it is not ritually slauthered.....

I guess you can understan better on your own!

Fateh

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Well thanks for all that... but it still never answered the question. No brother, eggs have always been like that, its not a recent phenomenom,lol, eggs need to be fertilized in order to prodice a chick, so lets stay on topic, and saying you should obey without understanding is really pointless. Also I dont really think theyll "create" dead animals, because if theyre dead they have to um be alive in the first place!

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yo if ur amritdhari and ur panj pyaray say NO EGGS... then you do NOT question that... what u think or say don't mean nothing... if that is ur rehat... u live it out to the fullest..

now.. if ur not AD... then u use ur best judgement.. if u sincerely feel i's okay.. then as u wish.. if u don't.. then don't....

obviously if ur questionin the idea of whether egg is rite or wrong then there's something in ur mind telling u that it mite be wrong...

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That makes absoulutely no sense at all. Your basically telling everybody to be brain dead and follow orders without thinking. Why the hell would you want to follow something if you dont understand it? How can you have "sharda" when you dont understand what your pledgeing yourself to??? You cant believe in a thing if you havent questioned it and understood the reason behind it!

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Here are some reasons

Milk is a food product. The cow produces it with the intention that it will be consumed for food. Herbivores like cows, goats, etc. drink milk. The fact that cows are mistreated now by the milk industry has lead many Gursikhs to go to organic milk, but our own Guru Sahibs drank milk.

Eggs are produced as a form of life. They are not meant to be food. The only things that eat the eggs are carnivores who steal them, like wolves, dogs, etc. No herbivore eats eggs. Hens do regularly give eggs that aren't fertilized. So do human women. You are eating the equivalent of a period (sorry to be so graphic).

Does that sound yummy?

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Milk is a food product.  The cow produces it with the intention that it will be consumed for food.  Herbivores like cows, goats, etc. drink milk.  The fact that cows are mistreated now by the milk industry has lead many Gursikhs to go to organic milk, but our own Guru Sahibs drank milk.

Eggs are produced as a form of life.  They are not meant to be food.  The only things that eat the eggs are carnivores who steal them, like wolves, dogs, etc.  No herbivore eats eggs.  Hens do regularly give eggs that aren't fertilized.  So do human women.  You are eating the equivalent of a period (sorry to be so graphic). 

Does that sound yummy?

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cow produce milk for its calf not for humans.for centuries hindus befooled people

that cow is a mother and it is producing milk for humans.strange that some sikhs still beleive in it

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Milk is a food product.  The cow produces it with the intention that it will be consumed for food.  Herbivores like cows, goats, etc. drink milk.  The fact that cows are mistreated now by the milk industry has lead many Gursikhs to go to organic milk, but our own Guru Sahibs drank milk.

Eggs are produced as a form of life.  They are not meant to be food.  The only things that eat the eggs are carnivores who steal them, like wolves, dogs, etc.  No herbivore eats eggs.  Hens do regularly give eggs that aren't fertilized.  So do human women.  You are eating the equivalent of a period (sorry to be so graphic). 

Does that sound yummy?

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Why do people eat eggs, but not rooster sperm?? Same thing kinda, just without the shell.

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