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On ‎10‎/‎24‎/‎2018 at 12:55 PM, jkvlondon said:

the anwers are in the threads but you need to be spoonfed like a baby because you don't have the wherewithal to type in search terms

not everyone has the time.

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23 hours ago, PranaamShaheedaNu said:

I agreement that you posts are absurd. I have reviewed some of your yourtube content also - if you do not agree with the way in which the faith is and the way in which the faithful practice the faith do not comment on them.

I am at a disbelief that someone who has Kesh and ties a Dastar is questioning the very purpose of the identity that he is keeping - its Ludacris. We have enough people trying to tarnish our community as it is without requiring for members of the community themselves try and tarnish us!

You don't have faith - that's fine

You need evidential proof - that's fine.

Tell me this - can you prove that your mother is your mother and your father is your father? Have you ever questioned your father if he is your father? No you wouldn't because you have faith in his word - it is akin to questioning the purpose of the Kakkar - and the purpose of Dhan Guru Granth Sahib Ji - my Guru gave us a hukam - there is no need to question. Aap Guru Kartar - The Guru himself is the All Prevading Being.

You need a tight slap - someone born of the Sikh faith is referring to the Guru as just poetry - the Gian that Guru sahib gives us is immeasurable. Its time for indioviduals like you / and others to stop trating Maharaj as an idol, if you pick the Rumalla up just once and take a glimpse of the Guru and Read and Vichaar on its word maybe just maybe your eyes will open!

the point I am trying to make, none of can provide evidential proof, and our sikhi shouldn't be based on quoting words said 300 years ago. 

You are of lower intelligence, for not understanding, this simple fact - if I disagree with something, I will MOST DEFINITELY tell everyone about it.

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19 minutes ago, mahandulai said:

the point I am trying to make, none of can provide evidential proof, and our sikhi shouldn't be based on quoting words said 300 years ago. 

You are of lower intelligence, for not understanding, this simple fact - if I disagree with something, I will MOST DEFINITELY tell everyone about it.

LOL ok then - because you have full Gian of everything going on. Go troll on another site.

Sorry but I don't need evidential proof of what my Guru said - if you don't believe it then fine - move on mate - you are actually getting boring now.

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36 minutes ago, PranaamShaheedaNu said:

LOL ok then - because you have full Gian of everything going on. Go troll on another site.

Sorry but I don't need evidential proof of what my Guru said - if you don't believe it then fine - move on mate - you are actually getting boring now.

ok as long as you know you are. IF it was 2000 years ago would u be more sketpical?

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Perhaps playing the devils advocate but feels like some of you have taken a personal approach to addressing this person instead of providing him with an answer to his question.

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On 10/25/2018 at 12:19 AM, genie said:

Mahan dulai you seem like a guy lost in various ideologies, I personally dont think your a troll. Maybe because you didn't come from a religious family that didnt teach you real sikhi from early age so your questioning stuff and trying to rationalise it in your mind now?

I just wanted to chime in with my 2 cents on what you've just said here. Lets assume he didn't. I think such a person is in a better position because he will be coming in with a much more open empty mind rarther than the brain wash that some Sikh families have been raised through. I welcome a continous challenge to learn and rationalise and undoubtely such duty is what led Guru Nanak Dev Jee to challenge the society and belief system he was surrounded by.

Those posessing long term experience/"refined"/experienced interpretation of a passed on mindset will always be threatended and uneasy and not flexible in accepting that perhaps their way of thinking and understanding anything not just Sikhi may be outdated or interpreted incorrectly by those they learnt off.

Edited by Jaggaa

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