ੴ / Ik▫oaŉkār
- Dec 21, 2010
Parma veer ji this is the interfaith section at SPN and it allows us to hear various points of view. Only through sharing we enrich selves and possibly others if they see it fit. Some comments on your post below,
Sat Sri Akal.1) If animals have a language, why have they not increased there understanding of each other and the world surely it would make there world easier, to not try and make things easier for yourself goes against basic intelligence.
Parma ji how can you speak with such surety about animals and what they should have done to make their world easier. Every life form may have their own end goals and objectives which may bear little resemblance to our thought processes.
What understanding is missing in animals for understanding each other that you refer to?
So they accept their situation as their thinking however limited or significant it is, is all they know and they don't try to strive to change it, they accept it.
If they are living in consonance why should they change whereas we first struggle to understand and then as a species feel it impossible to live in consonance with rest of the creation.
P.S. We have things in common with other species but I dont think your an animal try calling your best friend a dog and they may question your friendship and sanity. Please dont take that as an insult its a polite conversation. Not trying to be offensive, as when reading people can take things the wrong way.
I never said animals dont have souls. In the guru granth sahib it talks about reincarnation. So I guess the soul exsits but mukthi comes from following a thoughtful life.
There is no reincarnation espousal in Sikhism. So there is no "Mukti" stuff as one is expected to lead a practical life where Mukti or such are not the drivers.
I thought this was a Sikh philosophy forum, look at sikh philosophy and it states the mention of the cycles and in this one you dont accept the situtions you may use the guru granth sahibs guidance to find eternal peacepeacesign
Guru Granth Sahib ji does not say or hint at reincarnation as a belief or actuality.