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Discussion in 'New to Sikhism' started by Killgore, Sep 4, 2014.

  1. Killgore

    Killgore
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    Hello there

    here I would like to know the course of action of a Sikh
    all day?

    I actually asked to be followed as driving every day life has a Sikh
    prayer, do not drink alcohol, ......?

    and is mandatory

    is to be obligé wore a turban ?

    what is the Khalsa ?

    then we should vegetarian beings ?

    please excuse my basic questions

    thanks you very much and and my respect to all sikh ;)
     
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    Welcome Kilgoreji

    you will get many different answers, but we all love each other for our differences...

    these are my personal answers,

    to attempt to live truthfully, this means no intoxicents for pleasurable purposes, honesty, hard work, and to look out for each and every person or being you come across. If a being you come across serves you better dead, so be it, but treat that being with respect.

    no that is correct, the Sikh way is not to drink alcohol, although drinking alcohol, unfortunately, is what Sikhsim is quite famous for!

    absolutely not, in my view, the turban should not be disrespected and worn by those who feel obliged to, it should be worn with dignity, it should be an expression of love and a show to society that ' I am a Sikh, I am here to help'

    the pinnacle of Sikhism, the elite corp, the best of the best, it is those who take truth very seriously, unfortunately, anyone these days can call themselves Khalsa..

    no, Sikhism is a way of life, a way to conduct yourself, it does not intrude into meat eating
     
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