Sikh Religion. I have been a Sikh for 25 years. I have studied the Sikh scriptures (Siri Guru Granth Sahib) and have practiced Yoga for just as long. Sikhism is a comparitively young religion (500 years) and so its history is not clouded with legend. There have been splits within the essential beliefs but no major ones and there is very little that all Sikhs throughout the world could not agree upon. Being a convert and a Westerner, my view may be somewhat more "rigid" but I can guarantee that all points of view are rationally considered.
I have been Sikh for over 20 years and for most of the days within those years I have practised what I have preached.
It is, for me a perfectly reasonable explanation of a disorderly world. It affords a path through the rubble that daily life sometimes becomes.
Reality of divinity and realization of same with all of my fellow travelers upon this sphere.
We ARE all One.
We are all ONE.
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