Originally Posted by harry haller
Whilst I agree with your sentiments to some extent, try and remember that we are all different, here on this forum there are meditators, sewadars, Gurbani studiers, Gurbani practicers. There are those that wish to serve Creation, there are those that wish to serve themselves, there are those that wish to serve Creator, in short, quite a few different types.
We are all made different, if we concentrate on the differences, yes we will be here all day, however, if we focus on the similarities, and try and learn and understand each others differences, then we have all learnt something.
I am not a great fan of Simran, or Naam Jaap, but I absolutely respect the right of any Sikh to do it, and find a connection through it.
Your most wonderful post was only marred for me by the slight tinge of arrogance and lack of respect for anothers way. There is no right universal way, only the right way for the individual, and even if that turns out to be the wrong way, respect the road of learning, it has many twists and u turns.
I appreciate your views Harrt Hallar ji,