Sikhs in India and Sikhs in the diaspora are having their lives changed by technology, science, employment, the Internet, social media, not to mention the longer-term impact of television. These changes lead to questions. “What is the Future of Sikhi in a Multiethnic Society?” asked Dr. Sarjeet Singh Sandu in 2005. That is something to think about. A 5-year old toddler will be 15 ten years from today. A Singh of 10 years will be 20 years old. And 10 years from now, a Kaur of 15 will be 25, perhaps starting a family of her own. What do you think will happen 10 years from now? Will Sikh children be more or less likely to….. Hold on to Punjabi-Sikh identity, and its language, culture, and moral values? Face employment problems because of having a Sikh roop? Separate Sikhism from its Punjabi identity? Marry outside of the Sikh religion? Convert to other religions? Or, bring the message of Gurbani to people of other faiths? Press for more education about the Sikh faith and Sikh history? Want to learn about their faith and history in languages other than Punjabi, such as Hindi, English or Spanish? Question gurdwara teachings that seem to be “mindless myths? Express their faith through rituals? Defend basic Sikh beliefs using logic and scientific evidence? Transform Sikhi into a more caring religion? Place stress on the importance of seva? Be leaders within the panth? Expect gurdwara leadership to be educated, compassionate and trustworthy? Place value in Sikh scholarship? What do you think will happen 10, 15 or 20 years into the future? Will Sikhi change with the next generation? Dr. Singh Sandu's article is also attached. You may want to question his thinking too.