So, I am questioning things, I mean there isn't wrong with questioning. The whole emphasis of why our religion was built due to Guru Nanak questioning the Hindu practices and such. For me, I hear of tales of Guru Nanak doing things that break the law of physics such is squeezing blood and milk from Roti, picking up a boulder with one hand and throwing it at someone. I was skeptical, but I realized that the information that came wasn't written when Guru Nanak Dev Ji was alive. In fact this was written decades after he had passed, and even though it shouldn't be outright declined, it is indeed suspicious and contradictory about Sikhism's teachings. As Guru Nanak himself outright questioned the superstition regarding the Brahmins such as the tying of the thread, idol worship, and such. Heck even our religion was built on questioning as I stated before. Thing is, I feel that a lot of Sikhs are feeling confused and such which is leading to them leaving Sikhi. I feel that there are some "brahmin" teachings that are being placed into Sikhi that is confusing us. Issue is, I feel that Sikhi's teachings are becoming weaker. Such as worshipping the photos of our Guru's which they obviously rejected, also at the Golden Temple we spill milk on the floor. Isn't that the same thing that Hindu's do. I also realise that with Nihang Sikhs they do the exact same thing as Hindu's. They worship weapons which is obvious idolatry, sacrifice goats, and such. For some reason I believe that Sikhism's original teachings are being corrupted, and being replaced by the exact same teachings that Sikhi outright rejected. These are the same problems that Buddhism faced too, as the Brahmins clamed that Buddha Ji was the 9th Reincarnation of Vishnu and they said the same thing to Guru Hargobind with them claiming he was the 49th reincarnation of Vishnu.