Tejwant Singh JiOriginal ji,
Your many recent posts stated here claim the same as above and then you have flip flopped in many a times about the same concept as well. You may check them by yourself if you wish to.
Please tell us for the last time, what your final stance is and I would like to urge you to use whole shabads from the SGGS,our only Guru for your stance either way. You have also mentioned that what you have learnt about Sikhi and stand by it from your forefathers which is commendable but please understand that most of us if not all have been blessed with the same lineage as you have been, hence yours in not the unique situation in that sense. I do not feel the compulsion to talk about mine although they are quite known in our Sikh history.
Quite frankly, like every other educated being, we're taught to think objectively. Element of emotion n fancifulness are completely removed from the equation, dealing with facts without fear or favour, is what our stance is. That is to say, Sikh history will be half told without the proper signification of the then theory of reincarnation within which it evolved. Gyani Jarnail Singh Ji's unsubstantiated statement, ought to, in my view, need revisiting.
As for forefathers, yes, we're fortunate to have traced our historical beginnings back to early period of human history. And, what has been passed on to us by our father's is what we will pass on to our children - Ikonkar satnam waheguru Ji.
I must attend to my butler's call - it's lunch time for me !