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by Mandeep Singh | 2015-12-22 10:22:09

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Others that don't follow Sikhism are not wrong. To Sikhs, religion is just a medium to reach God, a path. There can be multiple paths to one destination.

God didn't just send Sikh Gurus. God has sent many others as well. So it was not just the Sikh Guru in the region of India. God has also sent Jesus, Buddha and many others as well. If you compare teachings of Sikh Gurus with Jesus and Buddha, you won't find conflicts, it's people that make conflicts.

Sikhism in itself does not say religion is very important, Sikhism says colors of religion are temporary and will wash away after death, there are no religion here after. Sikhism is a way of life, a lifestyle to keep one focused on good deeds, family life, helping others, and loving God.

How do Sikhs look at people from other religions?
How do Sikhs feel about converting others into Sikhism?

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