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Reasons that allot of sikhs give for not cutting hair is due to we are abiding law of nature and that even if we cut hair , god wil continue giving this to us.

 

My question is what about Grass. Even grass keeps coming if we cut it. Why do Sikhs cut grass in their gardens. shouldn't we let it grow and abide law of nature?

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3 hours ago, Guest FlexSingh said:

Reasons that allot of sikhs give for not cutting hair is due to we are abiding law of nature and that even if we cut hair , god wil continue giving this to us.

 

My question is what about Grass. Even grass keeps coming if we cut it. Why do Sikhs cut grass in their gardens. shouldn't we let it grow and abide law of nature?

I was waiting for a long time for some lummox to pose this question. First of all, grass is not human, nor it’s a Sikh. It’s grass and that is all it is and that is all it will ever remain!  Are you clear on this?  Why don’t sikhs cut their hair? The answer is in the teachings of their Gurus. Sikhs were told not to ever cut their hair by their Gurus not ONLY to obey the law of God but ALSO to obey the law of Sikhi as taught by the Gurus. It’s a their command not to cut our hair or shave our beards. If Sikhs can obey the Gurus hukam on Guru Maniyo Granth why can’t they obey a simple command of never cut your hair? No Sikh can pick and choose which hukams to obey and which ones not to obey as Sikhs! You either obey all their hukams and call yourself a Sikh or don’t obey any or even one and not call yourself a Sikh. Even if you decide to disobey even one of Gurus’ hukams you are NOT a Sikh! End of story! 
 

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1 hour ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Growing grass is a waste of water and earth. 

Every single thing god made had purpose

Did you ever do science bro? Grass is part of a food chain. Cows eat grass and produce milk.

You even know what a cow is? Most people think milk comes from a supermarket

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11 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Growing grass is a waste of water and earth. 

No, it isn’t! Grass cleanses our environment and water gives life to the His creation! Besides, there is plenty more where all this comes from ie His Bhandaar is abundant, there is no shortage of anything in His supplies!

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On 10/15/2020 at 12:28 AM, Guest FlexSingh said:

Reasons that allot of sikhs give for not cutting hair is due to we are abiding law of nature and that even if we cut hair , god wil continue giving this to us.

 

My question is what about Grass. Even grass keeps coming if we cut it. Why do Sikhs cut grass in their gardens. shouldn't we let it grow and abide law of nature?

Sikhi "code of conduct" obey guru's hukam "not cutting any hair'.

there are many reason to it as well (keeping it natural, or part of our rehat maryada being a Sikh or many scientific reasons.) we can use any which ever suits us the best.. but the bottom line is "Obey Guru's Hukam"

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On 10/16/2020 at 7:46 AM, Guest Curry-house said:

No, it isn’t! Grass cleanses our environment and water gives life to the His creation! Besides, there is plenty more where all this comes from ie His Bhandaar is abundant, there is no shortage of anything in His supplies!

Grass does not help in anything but responsible for vast water shortage in Western United States. Google it Guest Really/Guest Curry-house.

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On 10/16/2020 at 7:46 AM, Guest Curry-house said:

No, it isn’t! Grass cleanses our environment and water gives life to the His creation! Besides, there is plenty more where all this comes from ie His Bhandaar is abundant, there is no shortage of anything in His supplies!

So do edible and medicinal plants instead of showering decorative pesticide covered spikes with a precious resource just so you can look like the Jones. 

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