Some religions have a clause built into them for their followers; don't concern yourself with the deep and meaningful stuff of your religion until you're older. Two examples come to mind: Jews don't get into their mystical tradition (Kabbalah) until they turn 40 years old, and similar for some schools of Vaishnavism. From what I've learned of Sikhi so far, there is no such clause for us. The most that's mentioned is that a child shouldn't participate in khande di pahul until they are old enough to understand it. However, I've seen it suggested by some older members of the forum here that life should be lived a little before one gets too "into" Sikhi. I was hoping we could explore this a bit. Does it mean we should do what Sikhi warns against, whilst we're young, to get it out of our system? Does it enhance our understanding of fire if we play with it, first? Does Sikhi inherently prevent you from "living life to the fullest"?