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I'm not passing a dictate that 'orders' anything my brother. Just giving my opinion about something I feel passionate about.

Yeah, everything you have said after is true, it happens, but its going off point completely. No where did I say people with full kesh are perfect.

My point is that wearing a pug but feeling the need to trim your beard has become the norm and also actually sort after. I feel this trend is not good for the sikh community. I'm not judging these people mate, but against the trend. They probably dont see nothing wrong with it but if they were taught how its not really the way to go, then maybe they wouldn't do it. Again, I feel the majority of them don't keep their turbans for spiritaul reasons but rather as a tradional sort of thing.

I guess i am notorious for going off the point . Need to keep myself from being swept away then . Sorry for Spamming lol
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Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh

It's Kaljug i think 26 years ago we saw more gursikhs and now wekk you know the answer. People care more about money and less about there community

Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh

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What do you mean googleme there is roughly 30 million of us around its just we are being bombarded with media headlines and fake pr that somehow we arent as powerful as we used to be its lies damn lies and made up statistics.

What I like about Sikhs is the determination the youth are showing the massive revival of Sikh self determination thats taking place the recognition by young Sikhs in India that something isnt right with the India media and after doing their own homework they are reviving the movement.

Also the fact that 90% of young SIkhs I know are taking up self defence and martial arts another thing I like is the fact many SIkhs are taking up World Politics and India is Sh******* itself at this fact hence they throw 2 or 3 candidates for every one gursikh candidate.

I also like the fact that India and Brahmin are so scared of a revival they are trying to get all Sikhs out of India and the ones that remain into debt or drugs and alcohol but they are catching on slowly but surely

The fact that all of the Sikhs that are arriving from India are keeping their childrens kesh as they are seeing how stupid they have been following hinduism in India

The fact that 35 years+ of keeping Punjabi alive in foreign countries is finally saved our language permanently

I also like the fact that all of the snakes that penetrated Sikhi with the sole cause of destroying it are being exposed

I love the fact that all of these Rhamgaria are realising either they put up with the SGPC or shut up

I like the fact that goray and other cultures are realizing Sikhism holds the key to Salvation on earth

I like the fact that America and the UK will no doubt help us get Khalistan which is why you see all of the Bhagat Singh propaganda to pit Sikhs against the West which has also failed

I like the fact that all of these evil politicians who were involved in the killing of innocent Sikhs have been exposed in front of their families who must all hate them now

What do I hate about our community NOTHING it is the most peace loving and successful community in the world

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hello clairty.

i am sorry if i offended you or said something wrong. I like the look of baptized sikhs (men and women) and I meant that I dont see a large amount of them out and about where i live.

your "salvation on earth" sentance applies to me! :respect:

Google me!

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NO need to apologise unless you admit to being wrong in which case why you said it is beyond me as for not seeing Khesdari where you live it is the same way in which you wont see jamaican rastas in Japan or at least loads of them you have to be from the right area and communities as we stick together just like we are going to when Khalistan is established

And as for liking the look of Khesdaris both men and women it is something people like you have forgotten but it is the look of a humble soldier and mystic who is able to not only mix into society as a whole but operate with in society and eventually win society over but yet keep a distinct identity from the mass brainwashed public on how they should look

Carrying a lot of authenticity is somewhat admired by the British who also happen to be the only empire to have successfully conquered the world and survived a dynasty of over 100 years in terms of royalty hence the label of sikhs as a martial race unlike many hindu and muslims as secondary who have not only forgotten their traditions but their youth are hanging onto them like a bare thread which will snap eventually.

What you may not realize google me is that Sikhs by wearing this clothing are getting people talking about the differences between us and Muslims and hindus which is self serving and free promotion

Basically everything going on in front of your eyes is benefiting the Sikh community in some way however you maybe losing out as 1 - you live away from Sikhs 2 - your not a member of the most loving community the world is ever likely to see

And I would Like To See The Term Community Reworded to Mass Movement Or Religion community makes us sound smaller than we really are as I am sure googleme the master wordsmith will understand I apologize humbly if I have offended anyone

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Clarity Ji, you've got passion for Sikhi and I applaud that. But please make use of the comma once in a while. I run out of (mental) breath when reading your posts as there's no chance for a rest...:cool2:

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NO need to apologise unless you admit to being wrong in which case why you said it is beyond me as for not seeing Khesdari where you live it is the same way in which you wont see jamaican rastas in Japan or at least loads of them you have to be from the right area and communities as we stick together just like we are going to when Khalistan is established

And as for liking the look of Khesdaris both men and women it is something people like you have forgotten but it is the look of a humble soldier and mystic who is able to not only mix into society as a whole but operate with in society and eventually win society over but yet keep a distinct identity from the mass brainwashed public on how they should look

wow...

thers nuthin wrong with what bee (googleme) has wrote.... bee is a non sikh / non punjabi / non asian... i personally find the views of people outside of sangat interesting, and would encourage more contributions rather then discourage....

bee has done darshan of gurdwara a few times, done seva and enjoyed watching gatka classes... shes joined this forum to learn more about sikhi as she has a genuine interest.

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I like the look of baptized sikhs (men and women) and I meant that I dont see a large amount of them out and about where i live.

I understand what you are trying to say here.. I was living in deep south.. btw amazing ppl deep in south but no sikh in sight for miles and miles away.. I was only teenager sikh going thru transaction from patka to turban and i really felt the need to be around sikhs but that was not the case.. It was only regular sunday of 2 hours service to interact with people of my community. Gurdwara sahib was about 75 miles away from my place.... Having no sikhs around my area was also the reason why i started this discussion forum along with help of two other cyber buddies (Balait_da_sher and Akali) to meet/talk/support fellow sikhs online.. Luckily now imin california and sangat here is amazing..

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I understand what you are trying to say here.. I was living in deep south.. btw amazing ppl deep in south but no sikh in sight for miles and miles away.. I was only teenager sikh going thru transaction from patka to turban and i really felt the need to be around sikhs but that was not the case.. It was only regular sunday of 2 hours service to interact with people of my community. Gurdwara sahib was about 75 miles away from my place.... Having no sikhs around my area was also the reason why i started this discussion forum along with help of two other cyber buddies (Balait_da_sher and Akali) to meet/talk/support fellow sikhs online.. Luckily now imin california and sangat here is amazing..

Amazing…

I must commend you for acting on such a positive initiative (creating Sikh Sangat).

There are so Sikhs around where I live which is why I joined SikhSangat.

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Wow what a story inspiring

What lesson can we take from this exactly as guru ji taught sangat can be taken all over the world everyone go into your areas and network and create a mini sangat which will eventually go on to become a worldwide panth khalsa sangat

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