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Discussion in 'Sikh Sikhi Sikhism' started by namjiwankaur, Oct 9, 2012.

  1. namjiwankaur

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    _/|\_ Sat Nam

    SPN ji

    Is anyone here involved with Sanatan Sikhi? I know this is a very sensitive topic so if you are, could you send me an private message so I can ask y'all some questions.

    Blessed be
    Nam Jiwan
     
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    Namjiwankaur ji all in my life I have only known of a single entity called a Sikh. But sure there appear to be a whole variety of them with some in numbers small and others in numbers significant. I believe lionprinceuk has shown interest along such lines and possibly would interact.

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    Sat Nam _/|\_

    Ambarsaria ji

    When a religion is in its beginning, there is a lot of conformity, but once it gets to a certain number, its inevitable to have different people bring different perspectives to it.

    I think Christianity flourished for so long because of denominations that were formed. One can practice it as Catholic, Protestant or Gnostic, for example.

    Islam is going through a lot of growing pains and maybe Sikhi is going to go through the same thing. There can be Unity in Diversity. We don't have to all think alike for a religion to flourish. I think Sikhi recognized that from the beginning. Guru Nanak saw we needed less not more ways to conform.

    That's my two cents, for what its worth. :)
    Nam Jiwan
     
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