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asked 2015-09-05 06:59:05 -0500

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Is it possible to be as selfless as sikhi says and be successful in a world like today. i am very sorry for that above statement

But lemme give u an example my situation as a uni student in a competitive uni, everyone is basically competing real hard. i simply needed advice from an older guy he refused (competition to get into med school is fierce) So really when u have to be competitive do u actually become selfless? Will it still work out

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answered 2015-09-06 03:59:37 -0500

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updated 2015-09-06 11:24:21 -0500

This is how I personally see it.

Like all religions, many think that sikhi seems to outdate itself the further we go from 1500 century. One big example is kesh or growing out of hair. The trend today is no hair on body or face except on your scalp. When competing against women or land, being hairless on our body will give us an edge we believe. In our quest of women and wealth, we don't have the experiance of god's love which will melt our pain away. We are told by our parents that women and wealth will melt our pain away from seperation of god. Our source from the light. We don't know, because we don't have the experiance.

Although Heraclitus of Ephesus tells us that

change is constant

and that is true in the 2000:s more then ever, history repeats itselfs all the time. In Ancient Egypt, being hairless was the thing to be in nobility. After the fall of Ancient Egypt, people around the world had hair on the body. Now it's coming back today. To have no hair on your body to better the sex experiance for example, but in the future. The Khalsa and the panth will set the fashion of the world with bana and kesh.

And the Khalsa will raise up from the iron age of darkness or kalyug. From the maya, drugs, our addiction of virtual reality like video games and virtual sex.

The things you are telling us is the Iron age of darkness. The world calls it the Golden Age of Technology.

This is a video of explaining the 4 ages including Kalyuug, or the Dark ages.

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YouTube - The Tale of Four Ages

About the last part, is when the sun runs out of gas and turns into a red giant. After 5+ billion years.

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YouTube - Red Giant

With that much preassure from time and space, we go mental. This meditation helped me alot while I was studying in med school.

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YouTube - Kirtan Kriya Meditation

Much newer and updated video on Kirtan Kriya

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YouTube - Kirtan Kriya by Tera Naam

Good Luck /Cloud

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answered 2015-09-05 08:02:02 -0500

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

When Guru Ji says be the dust of feet of all, he means to be humble and see God is in everyone. It means we don't talk bad about people. It doesn't mean that you allow people to walk over you.

That guys just being a bit insure. If you help people then Waheguru will help you, but there is a difference about helping someone and letting them use you.

Bul chuk maf

Sat Sri Akaal

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