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Just anotherSingh, we love people posting extracts from old Sikh literature here. Do your thang!

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WJKK WJKF

Hi Guys,

My name is Sewa Singh. I currently live in London. I never used to be religious or go to the gurudwara often. As I had got older, the greater the pull was towards our beautiful Sikhi. I have only recently began to truly understand the fundamentals of Sikhi.

I've joined this forum to grow spiritually and to meet others on my journey.

WJKK WJKF

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1 hour ago, SewaSinghKhalsa said:

WJKK WJKF

Hi Guys,

My name is Sewa Singh. I currently live in London. I never used to be religious or go to the gurudwara often. As I had got older, the greater the pull was towards our beautiful Sikhi. I have only recently began to truly understand the fundamentals of Sikhi.

I've joined this forum to grow spiritually and to meet others on my journey.

WJKK WJKF

Welcome paaji.

wjkk wjkf

 

Bhul chuk maaf

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Shri Waheguru ji ki Fateh! I am Akali Akal Singh 

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On ‎28‎/‎10‎/‎2015 at 11:41 PM, JustAnotherSingh said:

Hello, 18 year old from Amreeka popping in.

Rather like this forum...lots of critical thought that goes  about (even if you have to separate from the noise). Particularly like the analysis of old texts for what they are, even when opposed to our modern views of what Gurmat are. 

I'm personally interested in analyzing contemporary Sikh culture in terms of what our Khalsa ancestors were like. There's a lot of interesting tidbits I could go on even here. For example, in the 1980s, a lot of our intelligentsia was focused on showing that Sikhi's perpetual enemy was the Bahman. In the 1950's and during misl times, we cited the Turk as our greatest fiend. In Britain today, because of the dynamic between Muslims+Sikhs, there tends to be a trend towards that type of thinking, and in Amreeka, it's more between Sikhs and Hindus if anything. Basically-Sikh history is still in formation, even if our ideals of Khalsa have sorta been watered down in the modern

 

Anyways, just a taste of what I have to say. WJKK WJKF. 

welcome to the forum, bro. I just wanted to say that sikhism doesn't consider a certain group of people as enemies (e.g. Brahmin, etc.) Sikhi only fights against injustice.

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