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2 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

They are all gursikh piare  there is no difference they are brothers and sisters together  the divisions are illusionary created by our dushman to keep us from being ik joot as a khalsa family. Don't play the mindgames they would like us to play , rise above and recognise your blood

yes, the divisions are definitely created by our dushman. Once we lost our raaj, the divisions were created in the form of jathas and committees. and came out to play and confuse the panth!

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9 hours ago, ipledgeblue said:

yes, the divisions are definitely created by our dushman. Once we lost our raaj, the divisions were created in the form of jathas and committees. and came out to play and confuse the panth!

Jathas and sects severely weakened us. A billion+ strong religion like Islam can afford to mess around with its Shia-Sunni nonsense. For us, even anti-DG issues are clearly manufactured to create distance and differences. The founders of sects care more for their own glory and remembrance than for the unification and prosperity of the Sikh faith as a unit. There was never any need for sects in Sikhi.

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4 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Jathas and sects severely weakened us. A billion+ strong religion like Islam can afford to mess around with its Shia-Sunni nonsense. For us, even anti-DG issues are clearly manufactured to create distance and differences. The founders of sects care more for their own glory and remembrance than for the unification and prosperity of the Sikh faith as a unit. There was never any need for sects in Sikhi.

The Singh Sabha thing hasn't helped either. Okay, it was a reaction and compromise to colonialism, it should face that now and correct things. At least some of the sampardayas have unbroken lineages going back to pre-annexation. 

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