"Do not say that the Vedas and the Koran (semitic books i.e. Bible, Torah and Qur'an) are false. Those who do not contemplate them are false." Guru Granth Sahib page 1350
We know that Guru Nanak exhorted Hindus to be good Hindus and Muslims to be good Muslims.
My question is, how does this...
We talk of yin/yang the masculine and feminine, we basically all understand what that means in the physical manifestation of it.
What does it mean energetically though? I've met women with very masculine energy yet very much a woman in the physical aspect, and men with feminine energy yet...
On another thread a chap talked a lot about pain and inflicting pain etc. He talked about higher senses and pain, yet what is pain?
I have witnessed people walk on hot coals, smash bricks with heads, people with stab wounds, and none of these people have been in pain.
Yet I have...
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
Guru Piari Saadh Sangat Ji
With due respect to all Sikh Gurus and to Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji
Gurbani of all sikh Gurus is entered in Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji and Bani of various Bhagats are Saints is also written there. Does it means all the...
I am a serious student of the Sikh faith, and have just joined this august forum.
I would like to benefit from the wast store of knowledge and wisdom that you all possess.
As is my habbit, I would like to start from the basics.
Please give your definition of "SIKH" in your...
Taken from elsewhere...
People say with great Pride i am SIKH. Do they know exactly Who Sikh is?
Well in my definition a Sikh is a Combination of 5K's and a follower and acceptor of Guru Granth Sahib.
now about 5K's. What are these 5K's : Kach,Kanga,Karah,Kirpan and Kesh.
Decisions can be said to be ignorant, as can a human being.
My Friend and I are in total disagreeance on this:
Are all decisions ignorant as you don't consider everything you know when you make a decision?
My Friend says:
ok.. so lets use an example you might like.. i see a sign that...
Can anyone? I have a friend who simply refuses to understand intuitively what reason is, and I don't have any idea how to explain it in completely explicit terms. In fact, they say that every time I say the word, it irks them because they are so completely lost. It's harder than it sounds. Any help?