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where did ik onkar come from? because i thought it came from when Guru Nanak Dev Ji went to meet Vaheguru when they went missing in the river for some days, but then wasn't Guru Nanak Dev Ji married before that, and didn't they get married around a piece of paper with ik onkar written on it? 

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16 hours ago, Guest daas said:

where did ik onkar come from? because i thought it came from when Guru Nanak Dev Ji went to meet Vaheguru when they went missing in the river for some days, but then wasn't Guru Nanak Dev Ji married before that, and didn't they get married around a piece of paper with ik onkar written on it? 

you really think that Guru ji was not divine from birth , remember he taught the true meaning of painti to Pandit at age six , ik onkar was with him from the beginning not just after Sakhi about beas river , he was teaching as soon as he arrived but his mission to take the divine word to thewider  world was after the Beas River incident

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2 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

you really think that Guru ji was not divine from birth , remember he taught the true meaning of painti to Pandit at age six , ik onkar was with him from the beginning not just after Sakhi about beas river , he was teaching as soon as he arrived but his mission to take the divine word to thewider  world was after the Beas River incident

You know JKV, I've been on the forum since around 2005...and you have calmed down a lot. 

 

Very nice to see. Good for you. 

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On 9/13/2018 at 7:36 PM, Guest daas said:

where did ik onkar come from? because i thought it came from when Guru Nanak Dev Ji went to meet Vaheguru when they went missing in the river for some days, but then wasn't Guru Nanak Dev Ji married before that, and didn't they get married around a piece of paper with ik onkar written on it? 

Khalsa Ji,

Baba Nanak preached Ik Onkar from birth. The river incident was just to catch people’s attention...

Waheguru...

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 Sikhs that have Anand Karaj with their Hindu partner and then run of to the Mandir to have  a Hindu wedding, how would they react to Guru ji himself rejecting a Hindu marriage for himself?   many Sikh men wear dhotis and have saath phere with their Hindu wife after taking part in Anand Karaj where they wear pagh and hold kirpan   lol absolutely pathetic, i got a feeling most of those Sikh men are feminists lol 

 

Roughly what percentage of British Sikh men are feminists? i think the figures are rising, soaring. Especially among professionals  married to "modern" women, usually living in green belt areas.

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17 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

you really think that Guru ji was not divine from birth , remember he taught the true meaning of painti to Pandit at age six , ik onkar was with him from the beginning not just after Sakhi about beas river , he was teaching as soon as he arrived but his mission to take the divine word to thewider  world was after the Beas River incident

Are we all not of divine birth? You have a really simplistic idea of the beauty of sikhi ?

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On 9/15/2018 at 9:46 PM, jkvlondon said:

you are the first person I've ever heard trying to equate app parmeshvar to us lowly mortals ...honestly stop please ..

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Don't focus on the finger! Or you'll miss all the heavenly glory 

You can do bhangra all over the place, bani teaches us very simply 

All is 1

Not external but within.. Come correct or don't come at all 

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On 10/15/2018 at 3:31 AM, Sukhvirk1976 said:

You need to read no further than the very first symbol of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji to understand that 

you didn't understand, an enlightened person is app parmeshvar ' har , har jan ek hai bib bichar kacch nahin ' parmeshvar doesn't have kaamna , or any defects of the maya influenced person  so to equate such a person to the unenlightened mayadriven manmukhs is foolish and frankly insulting . This doesn't mean that people cannot go from manmukh to mukht  just don't equate the states ..

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