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jkvlondon    3,419
1 hour ago, Mahakaal96 said:

And what fuels the thinking of amritdharis who fight inside gurdwaras?.... thieving from Gurus golak?..... or is it the false sense of superiority most get just because they have 'taken amrit'. The truth is most amritdharis these days are nothing more then the external form.... spiritually they are completely bankrupt & void of any genuine avastha. They look down on others, do more nindiya then most & use their image to hide all their own shortfalls whilst acting holier then thou. Most are cowards but think they are soorme because they wear blunt curved useless kirpans that can't even cut a banana. 

See how generalisations can work both ways? I'm sure most moneh are not how you generalised & not all amritdharis are as I described above..... but the illness of false sense of superiority is ripe... explains a lot

bro just because someone has amrit and wears a gatra-kirpan doesn't make him an amritdhari only rehit does that and thieves, thugs and bullies  are not rehitvaan in any shape . ALso the monay veer who thinks so highly of themselves because of this should realise that they are not gaining anything by their own conduct , if you love the Guru you should show it in full .

frankly all involved need a tight slap from Guru ji ...aint nobody got time for that gandh

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sitokaur    97


Please read comments in youtube videos, truly sad that our kaum so hateful towards own, over maya... party crashing, where is the goodwill nature of Sikhi gone, with the influence of 5 bhoot, forgetting balidaan of Guru Gobind Singh Jio atey His Parivaar, we feel more necessary to fit in with crowd (cut hair, partying etc) vs living the kanio tikhi hukam of our Great Pita Maharaj_/\_

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Why do people even fight in the temple, don't they know it is the gods house they're in?

A Argument in the langar hall happened in Canada, Yelling and swearing with threats afront of little kids, it was horrible, it was between someone cleaning dishes with cut hair and a old man with a turban, not sure what it was about, but it was horrible indeed. 

People are taking these as a joke, a meme has been made about the dispute in the golden temple with sword clashes.

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