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WJKK WJKF Just nicked an english version of rehitmaryada from southall gurdwara (hehe) and theres this bit that goes: What does sangat think of this?? Cos I've heard of many situations where people

Panj Piyaare have to stand for a longer period and its hard for a disabled person to do so. While preparing amrit the hands are to be placed on the sarbloh batta (correct me if this is wrong), so ideally a person should have both arms intact. While preparing the amrit and reciting bani the eyes should be concentrated at the amrit. This is what i think could be the reason for having able bodied singhs.

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lol actually i think they prefer 'handicapped' now - dont ask how that sounds better!

Anyone who has received amrit can never be called handicapped. It is those who have not taken amrit are the ones who should be called handicapped.

Better? :umm:

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lol actually i think they prefer 'handicapped' now - dont ask how that sounds better!

Anyone who has received amrit can never be called handicapped. It is those who have not taken amrit are the ones who should be called handicapped.

Better? :umm:

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What would have happened when Guru Ji called for someone to give their head and a disabled person stepped forward?

"what would have happend, if a bibi came forward?"

"what would have happened, if mataji didint bring patasey?"

"what would have happened, if no one came forward?"

i could go on for a while .......

the point is stop speculating, this "what if" will be the end of us. we all know what DID happen, so lets keep that in mind :TH:

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na my point is that if they were disabled then it would be acceptable for another disabled person to have the honour of being a panj piyara. It might sound a bit iffy but i reckon i'd b a tad bit upset if i tried real hard to be the best sikh i can be but when it comes to being a panj piyara i cant because i'm not perfect in another persons eyes. Even though what Bandar pahji says makes loads of sense. But what bout if ur blind in only 1 eye?...

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na my point is that if they were disabled then it would be acceptable for another disabled person to have the honour of being a panj piyara. It might sound a bit iffy but i reckon i'd b a tad bit upset if i tried real hard to be the best sikh i can be but when it comes to being a panj piyara i cant because i'm not perfect in another persons eyes. Even though what Bandar pahji says makes loads of sense. But what bout if ur blind in only 1 eye?...

sewa as one of punj payare can't be just done. its given to by guru sahib himself. and guru sahib so wills then ofcourse someone with 1 eye will do it :TH:

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