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Sikh Beliefs Infographic - Your Comments And Suggestions Please


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Instead of 5 evils to avoid, maybe put 5 evils to control. If you are avoiding them, then you aren't in control of them. You are just running away from your problems.

Under the 5 evils, you have added 3 more. Make a new category for these, so as not to confuse non-Sikhs who would then count 8 evils instead of 5.

Otherwise great job!

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Great job - how about adding something about nature - to respect it - there are numerous quotes in Gurbani- and it relates to not cutting our hair along with other bajjar kurehthes too which is just as important.

keep it going

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Good Idea Khalsa ji,

However I would suggest that the Ik oankaar image shouldn't be in line with the feet of the baby. perhaps you could cascade it with the top line having Ik oankaar and then have everything beneath it. Or maybe even change it as its gurbani, so no beadbi happens when being hung on a wall.

Good work, nice summary.

vjkk vjkf

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I just want to say, this is beautiful ->

The Sikhs believe in the evolution of the Soul and the principle of reincarnation. The soul is believed to be a tiny spark of God’s light "detached" from the Almighty. This spark is separated from God and wants to become pure so that it can "reunite" with God. For this to happen, the Soul has to evolve and purify itself so that this reunification with the Supreme Soul can take place.

Thankyou for the link.

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