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(Original post by Akhoza)
lol mera tha ser dokda mai chullah hon pravah lol
Leh, fer tha tu sonerr chi da.

Computer ter bet arr.

ser eyy doknar.

Lol
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you two will probably get warned for that ;yes;
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(Original post by nothingspek)
you two will probably get warned for that ;yes;
omg warnings on an internet forum !!!
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(Original post by trance addict)
omg warnings on an internet forum !!!
Ya.
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(Original post by SolInvictus)
What is the significance of the greeting Sikhs give one another. I don't know hows it spelt, or what it actually is, but is sounds like Bole soni hal satshrikal.
thats what they say in the temple when we pray

the Granthi will say 'Bole soni har' (Blessed is the One)

we reply ' Satriakal'

then later the Granthi will say

'Waheguruji ke Khalsa, Waheguruji ke Fateh' (the meaning of this is
Khalsa belongs to the Waheguru and also the victory (Fateh) belongs to the Waheguru only.))

some Sikhs do say it when they meet, but more than likley it would be heard in the Gudwara
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What does Sikhism have to say about sex before marriage?
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(Original post by Suave)
What does Sikhism have to say about sex before marriage?
is there any religion that says sex before marriage is ok ?
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(Original post by Suave)
What does Sikhism have to say about sex before marriage?
No sex, before marriage.
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(Original post by g_star_raw_1989)
No sex, before marriage.
What's the reasoning?
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(Original post by Suave)
What's the reasoning?
Sex: is for husband and wife. Pre-marital sex, allows lust to cloud one's mind, when it should be pure.

Intrestingly, On adultery, its speacifically stated that a Sikh ahould never touch a Muslim women.
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(Original post by g_star_raw_1989)
Sex: is for husband and wife.
Why is sex only for husband and wife?

Pre-marital sex, allows lust to cloud one's mind, when it should be pure.
How is it different to sex during a marriage?
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(Original post by Suave)
Why is sex only for husband and wife?



How is it different to sex during a marriage?

I think you answer those questions, yourself with a little common sense.
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(Original post by g_star_raw_1989)
I think you answer those questions, yourself with a little common sense.
Can you please just answer the question. If you don't know then admit it, otherwise it's just frustrating.
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(Original post by Suave)
Can you please just answer the question. If you don't know then admit it, otherwise it's just frustrating.
I'm happy to anwser, serious religious queries, however, thoses questions , in a religious context, you can work out , for yourself.
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(Original post by g_star_raw_1989)
I'm happy to anwser, serious religious queries, however, thoses questions , in a religious context, you can work out , for yourself.
I can't. If I could I wouldn't ask here.
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(Original post by Suave)
I can't. If I could I wouldn't ask here.
What do you want to explain, Sikhism belivies Sex is for husband and wife, it's and intimate thing, that is for two people who want to share their lives togeather.

As for Pre- maritial sex: it is not between a married couple, it is seen as transient lust; therfore a sin.
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(Original post by g_star_raw_1989)
What do you want to explain, Sikhism belivies Sex is for husband and wife, it's and intimate thing, that is for two people who want to share their lives togeather.
You're repeating yourself here. I understand sikhs believe sex is for husband and wife, but why is that so? Just because it's an intimate thing? Why can't intimate things be done by those who aren't married? What if they are two individuals who plan to get married one day and share their lives together?

As for Pre- maritial sex: it is not between a married couple, it is seen as transient lust; therfore a sin.
But sex is the same whether you're married or not. The only difference is a marriage certificate, especially when it's between a boyfriend and girlfriend who intend on getting married one day.
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(Original post by Suave)
You're repeating yourself here. I understand sikhs believe sex is for husband and wife, but why is that so? Just because it's an intimate thing? Why can't intimate things be done by those who aren't married? What if they are two individuals who plan to get married one day and share their lives together?



But sex is the same whether you're married or not. The only difference is a marriage certificate, especially when it's between a boyfriend and girlfriend who intend on getting married one day.
These teachings are from the 17th century. These views were common to back then. Stop being an idiot, and use your brain.
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(Original post by g_star_raw_1989)
These teachings are from the 17th century. These views were common to back then. Stop being an idiot, and use your brain.
Such kind words. I've obviously offended you in some abstract and illogical way. I'll retreat with this line of questioning until you can discuss without your emotion getting in the way. Peace.
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(Original post by Suave)
Such kind words. I've obviously offended you in some abstract and illogical way. I'll retreat with this line of questioning until you can discuss without your emotion getting in the way. Peace.
Direct such silly questions to google, if your so intrested.
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