I'm sorry but I think you are misreading my assertion.. I don't say that they are similar. But rather the distinction is itself a demonstration of difference.. by explicitly rejecting the ideas associated with abrahamic religions is in itself a implicit recognition of those ideas..Now you are talking about something else altogether I am afraid. Information is the basic thing to carve a different path.
Having said that, you are trying the same trick as you did in the other thread where your distorted and edited my thought.
Please read the whole discussion and try to contextualise it. Do not pick and choose some sentences which is disingenuous.
By saying 'that's not what I believe' inherently demonstrates a recognition of the'other' and therefore show's influence.. you conflating my use of the term influence to mean sikhi is a derivative of abrahamic religions which is not at all what I am saying