World Religions: Sikhism
By: Drew Buerger, Finn Skuldt, and Kenny Sajabel
What is the most important belief in Sikhism?
Why do they believe that there is only one god?
What makes the believers or followers of Sikhism want to follow its teachings or the teachings of its prophets?
How do Sikhism extremists justify their actions against non-believers?
A Current event
An important Sikh piece
O man, meditate thou on thy Beloved Lord Master
Remembering the Lords Name, thou shalt remain alive,
and Great Death shall not again devour thee.
Thou hast come after wandering millions of lives;
due to great destiny thou obtained the saints' guild.
Without the Perfect Guru, there is no salvation.
Nanak sayeth this after due deliberation
By, Guru Arjan Dev Ji
This poem explains Sikhism by showing the devotion that the followers have to their god and gurus. It also shows their belief in reincarnation and destiny. The author of this poem was a true and holy Sikh.
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