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S1ngh    1,389
10 hours ago, SoulSingh said:

If this type of parchar offends you don't listen to him. Just keep listening to people like dhumma and banta singh. Why do you insist on cramming your view(s) of sikhi down others' throats? Now you guys are after NKJ? Honestly man if it doesn't match your taste, listen other parcharaks. At the end of the day he tells everyone to read guru sahib for themselves, if you guys are right, then why are you worried? 

Don’t tell me brother that you SUPPORT him on Amritvela issue ?

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chatanga    1,068
5 hours ago, S1ngh said:

Don’t tell me brother that you SUPPORT him on Amritvela issue ?

 

it's obvious this guy is a cult follower.

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SoulSingh    109

Look I don't have the time at the moment, to answer each of you individually but I will say this much, I'm not against Amrit vela I myself follow it. From what I understand from the clip above I reason Dhandrian wale isn't either , but just because someone has different views doesn't mean they're wrong. Also on that note: @chatanga look believe what you want about me, I don't care if you think I'm in a cult, but I recommend you learn to become a sikh. From the way you generally try to do veechars I think it'd in your best to cut down on the haumai a bit. 

 

[Also I will answer these questions to the best of my ability when I have time.] 

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chatanga    1,068
On 12/10/2017 at 4:10 AM, SoulSingh said:

 From what I understand from the clip above I reason Dhandrian wale isn't either , but just because someone has different views doesn't mean they're wrong.

 

You're kidding right? Dhandrianwale says that it is against the nature of Waheguru to getr up in the morning and do naam simran as the human being is a nocturnal being. He says it clearly, "how can you win favour with Giod by breaking his laws."

 

On 12/10/2017 at 4:10 AM, SoulSingh said:

, but just because someone has different views doesn't mean they're wrong.

 

Not all the time, but in this case, there is no grey area. Dhadrianwale is wrong.

 

On 12/10/2017 at 4:10 AM, SoulSingh said:

 Also on that note: @chatanga look believe what you want about me, I don't care if you think I'm in a cult, but I recommend you learn to become a sikh. From the way you generally try to do veechars I think it'd in your best to cut down on the haumai a bit.

 

Defending gurmat is haumai to you? What about you defending guru nindaks like dhunda and dhapali ?

You don't want me to beleive that you are in a cult, then don't side with the cult on each and every thing. Esp those things you know to be wrong.

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