One last thing, for the Guru's not chosen fiasco. For me I just think that Guru Nanak wanted different people to be selected, but maybe some of the Guru's chose one of their bloodlines and it trickled down from here, but if Guru Nanak's intentions was to have someone else to be initiated? For all of these questions, they are healthy TruthSikher31, they help you give wisdom and they help you understand Sikhism more and more.Hi Jasdeep
Its funny, "become an atheist". How does that really happen, I mean there isn't a clear initiation or a some sort of atheist baptism ceremony. Not that I know of. I even find it funny when atheists congratulate each other when declaring they've converted. Ya I get it my comments make me more anti, but where else could I turn to. I was born into a sikh family and been living mostly a blind sikh my entire life. I don't know the rituals or or full teachings of other religions, only what I've been brought up with. So I could only turn to a Sikh site. this site caught my eye because they had Hard topics and active responses. But it seems some feel threatened with different POVs, or feel they have the answers but are never clear with what they say (always a different meaning), or just want you to change your belief or where your stance is and just agree with them. So if I am considered an atheist, can I not be part of this sites discussions? Because if I can't then I don't want to waste others time.