I Want To Attend Gudwara. But All Of Their Contact Numbers Are Useless

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  1. Sikhilove

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    Cool :)

    You know in certain gurdwarras, my dad wasnt allowed to do kirtan because he doesnt wear a pagh.

    Insanity that a human being wasn't permitted to sing his love for the lord in the place in which He's worshipped, because of their outer appearence. Really sad
     
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  2. Sikhilove

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    You're being pretty judgey right now. Maybe you could back off and give me some space, just a bit? Healthy boundaries
     
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    sorry you feel that way, your no fun anymore...


     
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  4. Sikhilove

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    :D

    That made me laugh
     
  5. Aman Singh

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    LOL!

    ... the video has a vintage of footage of British Sikh Regiment, i guess... interesting!
     
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    And the other side of the coin is that if your dad is so much in love with Vaheguru that he is ready to do kirtan in the Gurudwara then what is stopping him to wear a pagh?
     
  7. Sikhilove

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    Does wearing a pagh mean you're in love with Waheguru
     
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    Yes, it does. It is part of Sikhi in case you were not aware of it but that was not my point. You avoided my question as you usually do when you put yourself in a corner by your own doing.

    Let me ask you again, if your dad is so much in love with Sikhi that he even wants to do keertan at the Gurdwaras, then why would his love for Vaheguru not let me be in the Sikhi form with a turban on?

    I guess we have to define LOVE with lots of *****'s in your realm of love.
     

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