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3 minutes ago, AjeetSingh2019 said:

Don't hate on sikh men / women who cut their hair. 

Remember that which you discard will be picked by the enemy as a tool, they will utilise the frustration and angst in monehs mind against you. 

I say this while not downplaying the importance of sikhi saroop . I know of many haircut men in my family who have raised their sons as sardars. I think some ppl are just not sardar material but still they're useful In something else surely. It's like fingers discarding the ear because they're not part of hand, not knowing that they're part of something bigger

 

Think big bro. . bhul chuk maaf 

Btw I m sardar 

 

 

 

There are great arguments for keeping Kesh like we know. Doesn't mean there has to be any argument against Monay. Many were Shaheed in 1984. 

You think the way the political parties in hindustan massively amplify the issue? Like..if Monay can vote in and control the Sikh political parties, what stops all the hindus from just joining the party as "monay"?

So then Sikhs have to be fearful and strict about who is and isn't a Sikh for the political party bs?

And then suddenly Monay and Khalsa are at odds everywhere? When before it was just Khalsa and future Khalsa, with the Khalsa leading but all Sikhs?

I'd rather see a unified Monay Khalsa than try and preserve an overwhelmed hamstrung political party. 

I'm ignorant of hindustan political structure largely, but is that a factor you think or is that not how that works?

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Like if a dude loves Sikhi and is down to rock the Santali for Dharam Yudh I'm okay if he had cut hair or smoked a cigarette before, if the Paanth needs him, if people's families need him. 

No need to get rid of that dude. Looks far more inconspicuous for some things. 

Some Monay respect Sikhi more in a way than taking Amrit with an empty heart and being fake.

Nothing beats real Gursikh though, but that isn't everybody. 

And I do think we should encourage everyone to take Amrit and keep Kesh. 

Enemies of the Paanth can walk themselves up to the Bata and put on Saroop too though. 

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@californiasardar1 I personally have seen/know many Keshdharis who do all puthe kaam, and honestly should  not even be considered a part of the Panth. Being Mona doesn’t mean a Sikh has given up on all the values. Do you see how divided we are already? What is the point of even making such comments. It will literally make people turn away. Someone might come on here to reconnect with Sikhi- and all this will do is turn them away again.

Bhul Chuk Maaf Karyo?

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25 minutes ago, KulwinderM said:

@californiasardar1 I personally have seen/know many Keshdharis who do all puthe kaam, and honestly should  not even be considered a part of the Panth. Being Mona doesn’t mean a Sikh has given up on all the values. Do you see how divided we are already? What is the point of even making such comments. It will literally make people turn away. Someone might come on here to reconnect with Sikhi- and all this will do is turn them away again.

Bhul Chuk Maaf Karyo?

Even if one is a mona, Sikhi can be entrenched into the DNA. 

They can act like Sikhs without even realising it.

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6 hours ago, californiasardar1 said:

 

Where did I defend keshdharis who do puthe kam?

 

 

 

Veerji, 

I just wanted to say that being Keshdhari or Mona, or even obedience of the panj kakkars should not be a definite measure of someones’s character who wants to do their part for the Panth. You had said mone Singhs should not be taken seriously in this regard.

Bhul chuk maaf
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3 hours ago, KulwinderM said:

Veerji, 

I just wanted to say that being Keshdhari or Mona, or even obedience of the panj kakkars should not be a definite measure of someones’s character who wants to do their part for the Panth. You had said mone Singhs should not be taken seriously in this regard.

Bhul chuk maaf
?

Loyalty and devotion for Guru Sahib gradually leads to prem for his rehat. Castigating your own people when we should be coming together is unwise. 

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