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"the human hair is also where we store surplus energy or chi for our body. When you reach great states of peace/enlightenment the body starts to secrete what taoist masters call the golden elixir. This is literally the fountain of youth in spirituality." 

"In many cultures, the cutting of hair by oppressors was a punishment or humiliation, signifying defeat. The shaving off or complete loss of one’s hair, even in modern society, often symbolizes a seismic shift within a person, whether spiritually, psychologically, medically, or in the direction of their lives."

"The story of Sampson and Delilah in the Bible has a lot of encoded truth to tell us. When Delilah cut Sampson’s hair, the once undefeatable Sampson was defeated." 

"Yep,it was actually a "punishment" for "criminals".Gurdjieff mentions in Beelzebubs tales that shaving the beard and cutting hair were "odd" and less than desireable customs. Most American Indians believe cutting their hair is akin to cutting their spirit." 

".Hairs are tools to trap the divine energy and whenever needed by thE body for healing, that(traped energy) energy is transmuted to the affected place and heals the affected area of our body.....Like battery holds electricity ,, Hairs holds divinity." 

"Hairs have the properties of antenna to catch the cosmic waves!
Have you heard of induction theory in physics? And the resonance principle?
The hairs resonate with the higher energy of akashic realm. You can sense the difference if you carefully sit in barber shop and subtly observing the lose of energy or confidence when hairs are being cut!
Why Englishmen cut down the hairs of native Americans ?
Why Genghis khan forced Chinese pulpils to cut long hairs and wear a metal cap? "
 

These are some copy paste info I found and saved, there's more. It's interesting to say the least. 

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11 minutes ago, kidsama said:

triggered by my meat post and now you came here. You "lol" at the Dasam Granth and call me disrespectful. I am done talking with you.  

Fake news twisted bro. This strawman performance is really pathetic dude. 

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Stop giving stupid reasons on Why we don't cut Hair.

is not only disrespectful from the onset but tyrannical. I'll give whatever answer Vaheguru causes me to give.  Nobody asked you. 

stockphoto tom cat trollin 2 pound bully wannabe. 

Take things I say you against your baehavior and put it on Guru Ji and Bani?  When it's clear that I lold at your self?  And you think anyone here needs your notepad txt file of responses you think are cool?

That you straight had primed since you rudely started this topic to draw attention to your trollin pathetic self? Lol again at your sir. 

 

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On 12/8/2019 at 10:31 AM, kidsama said:

When someone asks why Sikhs don't cut their hair, most people on the internet and in real life try to be oversmart and end up giving stupid reasons.

Like "hair is a gift from god and we honor that" or "it makes us stand out"  or "we maintain the form that god gave us" . 

This is so rich bruh. You then go to finally unveil your text file of stupid reasons. You're laughing at responses based on God but just love the cosmic rays line?  Gtfo bruh. 

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On 12/8/2019 at 10:31 AM, kidsama said:

Like "hair is a gift from god and we honor that" or "it makes us stand out"  or "we maintain the form that god gave us" . Even if these answers are partially true, these are not the reason we keep our hair.

You do realize that (according to texts) that's exactly the reason that Guru ji gave to keep hair? In the Mecca-Medina Gosht, Guru Nanak ji said:

Saabat surat rabb ki bhanne beiman

(The fool destroys the uncut form of God.)

 

That's not a "made up reason", like you allege.

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47 minutes ago, kidsama said:

why do you need to justify to a Gora? This is exactly what I am talking about. Thanks for saying this. 

Probably for the same reason that Guru ji felt the need to "justify to a Muslim" or "justify to a Hindu". When the Muslims engaged in dialogue with Guru ji, Guru Sahib didn't just give "Because Guru Nanak said so". That would be ridiculous.

Guru ji said that it was the "form of God." (Sabat surat rabb ki).

Exactly what you seem to detest for whatever weird reason.

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22 hours ago, BhForce said:

You do realize that (according to texts) that's exactly the reason that Guru ji gave to keep hair? In the Mecca-Medina Gosht, Guru Nanak ji said:

Saabat surat rabb ki bhanne beiman

(The fool destroys the uncut form of God.)

That's not a "made up reason", like you allege.

ohh......I didn't not know that. LMAO 

whtv I will leave this topic up still.

So are there any other reason? I am only aware of Hukam by Guru Gobind SIngh and where he said, for a sikh to cut his hair is as sinful as committing incest. 

Okk. I looked up some more reasons; https://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Kesh this article is good. 

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On 12/11/2019 at 5:20 PM, kidsama said:

why do you need to justify to a Gora? This is exactly what I am talking about. Thanks for saying this. 

Because of this attitude, people add their own reasons "like accepting God's will" etc. But Guru Ji never said this. Guru Ji simply gave Hukam, and as Sikh we follow.

Trust me if you are worried about how this answer of might come off, it's a lot more impressive  than giving a reason like "we live in Gods image" . And because that is a made up answer there could easily be many objections to that. 

The real question and topic of this post is, Why do you feel the need to Justify Guru's Hukam of keeping hair by adding your own made up reasons. 

So, back in the day, if someone asked Guru Ji, "Why should we keep our hair?", how do you think Guru Ji would answer this? Do you really think their answer would be:  "Because I said so". 

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On 12/11/2019 at 6:09 PM, BhForce said:

Probably for the same reason that Guru ji felt the need to "justify to a Muslim" or "justify to a Hindu". When the Muslims engaged in dialogue with Guru ji, Guru Sahib didn't just give "Because Guru Nanak said so". That would be ridiculous.

Guru ji said that it was the "form of God." (Sabat surat rabb ki).

Exactly what you seem to detest for whatever weird reason.

Can you provide the ang number and which shabad.   

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7 hours ago, Akal Warrior said:

So, back in the day, if someone asked Guru Ji, "Why should we keep our hair?", how do you think Guru Ji would answer this? Do you really think their answer would be:  "Because I said so". 

Do you have any Gurbani to support your thought process? If not, then you are using your manmat to think for what the Guru would say.  When a Sikh gives his head.  That means leaving personal feelings,  opinions and views behind.  

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On 12/12/2019 at 4:32 PM, kidsama said:
On 12/11/2019 at 6:05 PM, BhForce said:

You do realize that (according to texts) that's exactly the reason that Guru ji gave to keep hair? In the Mecca-Medina Gosht, Guru Nanak ji said:

Saabat surat rabb ki bhanne beiman

(The fool destroys the uncut form of God.)

That's not a "made up reason", like you allege.

ohh......I didn't not know that. LMAO 

whtv I will leave this topic up still.

Ok. I don't know if you're actually a "kid" as in your username. But it is very encouraging that you are able to accept new information and adapt. 

Good on you.

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On 12/13/2019 at 7:16 AM, Akalifauj said:
On 12/11/2019 at 6:09 PM, BhForce said:

Guru ji said that it was the "form of God." (Sabat surat rabb ki).

Exactly what you seem to detest for whatever weird reason.

Can you provide the ang number and which shabad. 

No, bro, I can't. Because that is not from Gurbani, just as all the other sakhis are not.

As I mentioned, that is from the Makke-Medine di Gosht (Discussion at Mecca and Medina). The discussion Guru ji had with the Muslims.

 

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