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Summary of Question:Big Big Big Dilemma
Category:General Sikhism
Date Posted:Sunday, 10/12/2008 8:42 PM MDT

Hi


WGJKK WGJKF

I am in the Big Big Dilemma now,I ask this question myself why i am a Sikh?,
What is the need of Sikhism in my life? On the same time if i try to
get out of it a feeling of big depression takes over me, I had a word with
many sevadars in gurudwara instead of replying they got angry with me,,i don't eat nonveg & also do not consume any kind of intoxication as contrary to it my father eats non veg and ocassionally consume alcohol & tells me to have it and when i deny they always say that i am a pandit who born in their home when i asked this question to my family members that Are they eating non-veg and consuming alcohol just to prove that they are not Pandit or brahmin now nobody is talking to me at home and telling my relatives that my screw got loosened........

I ask this question to my friend he told me to ask this question to sikhnet people they may help you so i am here now to annoy you.

<<<< REPLY >>>>>

Wahe Guru Ji ka Khalsa
Wahe Guru Ji ki fateh!

First of all, thank you for annoying us. We totally enjoy it.

The "Big Dilemma - Why am I a Sikh?" can only be answered by you - no one else can possibly answer it. Sikhi is not a religion, it is a way of living. Often when people have experienced Sikhi but thendo not live according to Sikhi, they create great rationalizations about why not. That way, they can feel better about not doing these things. Sikhi is a very natural way of living. It is simple. It is pure. It is direct, and it is completely satisfying. So, honestly, who cares what your relatives think? They will think what they will. No matter how you live, there are always people who will judge you to be good or bad. But there is nothing either good or bad - only thinking makes it so.

You already know the answer to your question.

It is found in your heart, not in your head.

In the Name of the Guru, the Light of every Sikh, and the Holy Naam which holds the world.

.....G





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