Sikhs seem very proud of their tolerance and respect for people with different beliefs and they should be because both are valuable traits. Tolerance has always been something I liked about Sikhism but I noticed that the tolerance was always called 'tolerance for other religions.' So as I studied I wondered "Are Sikhs supposed to be tolerant to atheists?" but I couldn't find any answers immedietly so I took a break from the question for a while. Probably a few weeks later I found these videos on youtube called Seeking Sikhism based on I think a Canadian TV show. (Sorry it's been a while since I watched it.) In the video one of the hosts comes up with this ridiculous equation it is: "No god=No Happiness" So naturally I was stunned because I thought Sikhism was a tolerance respectful religion. I expected the Sikh attitude toward atheism to be more like the t-shirt in the picture. I thought Sikhs would generally always be accepting even if they didn't agree with your beliefs. (I still think so because mostly everyone on this site is nice.) So I decided to look into this further to see if Seeking Sikhism's equation was just an isolated opinion or if it was in the Guru Granth Sahib. Then I came across this site Gurmat Preaching Society - Sikhism explained, for Sikhs and others Again I was stunned. From what I understand these are quotes from the Gurus telling people that atheist are immoral and should be avoided. I tried to find the source but I haven't had much luck. (besides the first two because the page number is listed.) If anyone could explain this it would be great.