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Sikh Gursikh Khalsa

ravneet_sb

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Sat Sri Akaal,

Sikh leads to Gursikh leads to Khalsa.

Initiation of SGGS in human life, makes one sikh.And able to read SGGS makes one SIKH

Understanding SGGS leads to GURSIKH

Applying SGGS to life leads to KHALSA

When applying principals of Nature to SELF,

are there more Khalsa outside SIKHI

Who believe and practice TRUTH of NATURE

Than what is Khalas Asthan

A place of comfort, with ethics and systematic strict code and Control of Conduct

A place with majority persons of ETHICS practicing uniformity of LAW.

Or

A group of community.
Or
A rule of ETHICS or Ethical Ruler

What is SIKH demand.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa
Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
 

ravneet_sb

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Sat Sri Akaal,

In nature there is a principle of induction in human nature this is applied

As influence of company. For Eg. If one has one magnet and one identical physical piece of iron, when are brought together, it is difficult to say which is iron and which piece is magnet, only third piece of iron, one can distinguish.

So once we are under governance of purity, there is purity in law practice, and the people living in state, start feeling purity

Khalsa is a freedom state, a state of individual mind. State of own mind without external influence.

It is a state of self discipline, and formerly it may be induced discipline.

It is training and effort to bring human mind to that state, with the minds of purity, it forms STATE.

FREE state one can have a check on own self.

In Gurus Bani, whether colour is temporary or permanent, it is induced behaviour or self discipline.


Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa
Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
 
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ravneet_sb

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Sat Sri Akaal,

The wisdom of Nature is to nourish roots and soil rather disconnecting from the root. The Punjab soil needs to be renourished.

Nourished soil spoiled and richness taken
Someone by force and
Someone by love,
Weakning the roots.
needs renourishment.
Sikh who understands this will renourish the soil, and bring purity to system.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa
Waheguru ji ki Fateh
 

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