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    New To The States, Friends?

    Sat Sri Akal ji, I'm a Sikh who just moved to the United States. I moved to an affordable college in Wester NY (international students pay hefty tuition) and found most of the people here are full in kaam, or hankaar. It has been 6 months I'm here. So far, I wasn't able to make a good friend...
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    My New Blog

    Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa! Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh! Just wanted to let the brothers and sisters know on here that I have started a new blog. It's still a work in progress but so fair I've gotten positive reviews. Please feel free to read it in your free time My Journey Into Sikhi
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    Become Sikh

    Hey everyone, My name is Thomas, aka New Sikh, even thou I'm not exactly Sikh. I started looking to religion after doubting my native religions (Judaism) and I religion I chose (Buddhism). I've always believed in a God, but I never really fit in with either group. I meditated, prayed, but...
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    Important Decisions In Life

    Hi, I'm in a moment in life that I need to make some important decisions that concern me and my family and I want your opinion on something another family member said to me: "Religion, traditions or personal beliefs doesn't give us the right and aren't an excuse for imposing our will on...
  5. HannahBanana

    General New Kara

    Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh, I need help. I know I've asked before but I always get different answers. What are karas made of? I got one that I think is steel from a friend and I planned on wearing it all the time, only it irritates my skin. I have sensitive skin, always have...
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    New To Sikhism, Looking For Advice

    Hello, I am very happy to find this community. Its been quite a journey to this point. I was raised a Catholic (in the US) but found it did not fit my beliefs. I checked out Protestant churches, read the Koran, prayed in Hindu temples, and tried to practice as a Buddhist. The last two faiths...