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17 hours ago, shastarSingh said:


Are we expected to believe that Guru Ji lived his life disobeying SGGS?

Are we expected to believe that Guru Ji is now residing in NARAK?

 

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10 hours ago, MokhamSingh said:


Are we expected to believe that Guru Ji lived his life disobeying SGGS?

Are we expected to believe that Guru Ji is now residing in NARAK?

 

Shall we burn suraj parkash granth, prachin panth parkash granth, naveen panth parkash granth and gur sobha granth as all these granths mention opium?

abuse of opium is wrong

use of opium in small amount has great medicinal benefits.

Opium is blood thinner and makes work easy for the heart.

Opium increases haemoglobin which provides sufficient oxygen to all body parts.

Opium increases dopamine levels and reduces level of stress hormone cortisol.

Opium contains morphine which is the greatest pain killer on the planet.

Opium increases one's working capacity and sexual strength.

Many more benefits.....

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55 minutes ago, MokhamSingh said:


These Granths are masterpieces in their own right. All of the major scholars in our Panth, state that these Granths have been adulterated in some way.

Are we expected to believe, that the Guru, who can cut the head of his Sikh, and then bring him back to life. Are we expected to believe that, the Guru is incapable of removing pain from his Sikhs?

No doubt Guru Sahib is God on earth.

Guru Sahib fought 14 wars.Why?

If Guru Sahib wanted, He could have finished the enemy in a second as all the powers of the universe were at His feet. But still Guru Sahib kept army, horses, weapons and fought wars.

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