Beautiful! I think Islam is probably the first step after human birth. It teaches one about faith in One god. Then perhaps christianity it teaches one morality like be kind, love etc. Then buddhism teaches us about spirituality that there's more than just pain and pleasures of Earth and heaven and hell. Or considering sikhs state these days. Buddhism might even be the ultimate.
So true lol. Those very rule adhering, only one way is correct prolly have a sunni muslim background. Whereas the dil saaf Hona chaheeda have a Sufi one. Jk. But I wonder if that's why there r different sects in sikhi too. Cuz everyone's at different levels and different things resonant with them.
We are all judged based on our actions. If you are a sikh and are a robber , you are not forgiven just for being sikh.
There are four options: temporary hell, temporary heaven, then you go into reincarnation. If good deeds then as a human. If bad then back to joona, animals. If you are very good, saintly, then you get to meet God and escape reincarnation.
If you believe in a religion, maybe your prophet can intercede for you. But mostly we believe in karma. As you do to others, so will you reap.
Basics of Sikhi YouTube channel has videos that answer this question
At first I thought, victims were actual Sikhs wearing dastaar and beard, so maybe that's why they said "Sikh". To be fair, saying that "sikh men stabbed" isn't so bad. But that one article saying, "clash between sikh groups" is soo wrong.
Yes. I promise you there are!
But you have to understand what a mahapurakh is.
There are individuals who people refer to as ‘mahapurakh’. These individuals could be either: fake, actual mahapurakh (very rarely), or just someone with slightly higher spiritual stage than most people (mostly the case)
A true mahapurakh is a really big thing. It is someone with millions of lives of bhagati. Such people exist in our panth today, but they hide themselves. As in they could walk past you and you won’t look at them twice. If someone pointed and said “that’s a mahapurak” your reaction would be “really!?” you wouldn’t believe it.
They ‘hide’ themselves by living a normal family life (gristh jeevan) - they get married, have kids, work a job, laugh and enjoy life. But start a conversation with them about naam simran and the things they say will send a shiver down your spine. Things which are beyond this body.
They live in God’s hukam. A true mahapurakh will ‘recieve’ orders from God. It might be to do parchar of Sikhi, it might be a particular seva, but sometimes their order is just to keep their inner self completely hidden from the world.