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What happens to non sikhs according to sikhs

asked 2017-01-15 15:10:44 -0500

Simrankaur2020 gravatar image

Im sikh, but i was thinking what happens to people who are not sikh. There is only a small amount of sikhs compared to the rest of the population. Sikhs believe in reincarnation, do we believe that everyone else get reincarnated? We believe that not doing bani is wrong and eating meat is wrong and if we dont wake up for amrit vela that we are not good according to god, but what about the vast majority of people on the earth who dont do bani and keep god in their thoughts, what abiut different faiths and athiests? Most people dont even know about sikhi, let alone follow it?

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answered 2017-01-16 10:33:18 -0500

Guruka Singh gravatar image

Each person has their own destiny and their own path (dharma) to that destiny. If a person does not live their dharma (which may be other than Sikh) then they learn at the hands of time (karma) and are reborn until all lessons are learned and all karmic debts are paid.

Either you rise to fulfill your destiny or you suffer at the hands of fate.

This is true of Sikh and non-Sikh alike. No dharma is better than any other dharma. The important thing is to live one's dharma with full and deep commitment. Each person's path becomes clear to them over time. The majority of people are asleep. Souls on parole. Only a few wake up and walk the path of dharma.

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