I am a very good-looking, well educated Catholic and from the beginning used to find Sikhs very different and geeky with face full of beard and turbans and its a common mockry in Indian society that Sikhs have a low IQ, SARDAR JOKES etc. And as a staunch Catholic, I used to decry all religions as the worship of Satan, unless 5 years ago when I saw this very handsome Sikh boy (with Patka & now beard), very shy, very reserved and in these 5 years I have fallen in love with him, so much that I can die for him and my life is meaningless without him. His voice, his eyes, his smile, his shyness everything just makes me LIVE a real good life. I would just say that homosexuality does not means lust or butt sex, its a deep love relationship, where sex doesn’t even matter FOR ME! He is a Punjabi and one & only son of his parents, so they would obviously like him to marry and I may not have any option against that but still my this life is dedicated to him and him only, we may never unite in body, but in LOVE & spirit, we are one. Very strange things happen in life, I never thought I would fall for a turbaned, bearded or a SIKH, but God taught me that love is not physical but abstract and spiritual. If we did not have this stupid conservative culture in Indian (Punjab), we might have been united in this life, physically. LOVE knows no gender, no race, no culture and that is its BEAUTY, its abstract, untainted and awesome. I am happy that I found him and maybe we will never be together in this life but I love him till the end of time. Please, let love flourish! Thanks!
Post by svalhalla2100 on Jul 19, 2016 15:01:43 GMT
I hope that your relationship with the guy continues. I got to this site because of the bad incident in which Sikhism were killed by a hater who thought he was killing Muslims. I went to the local service and became interested in Sikhism.
I would like to communicate with Sikhs. Not for sex but to learn more about the religion and culture.
Greetings! I am a man living in Ontario, Canada. I am transgender, gay, and presently married to an extremely supportive husband. I come from an Irish Catholic background, but long ago renounced that way and spent many years trying to find my place. It was through Waheguru's grace, through Sikhi, that I finally truly found where I belong.
For many reasons, I feel extremely isolated and alone, even among my Sangat. Many of whom are supportive of me as a human being and my exploration and learning. However, we are a very small community, and as I do not speak Punjabi at all (other than what words I have learned from beginning) it's often very difficult to find education and people to talk to more easily.
I refuse to take shame in being who and what Waheguru made me; I am out. I desire nothing more than to one day take Amrit, but perhaps it will never be meant to be. Still, day by day, I attempt to follow the teachings of Waheguru and to live as Sikhi. I pray that one day I will truly be able to give my head to my Guru. Until that day, I will continue to give it in action, and attempt to grow toward living as if I have.
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Hass hass k katni jindgi yaran de nal, dil la k rakhna baharan de nal, ki hoya je asi sohne nahi, sadi yari sohne yaran de nal!!! Akhan ch hanju hai fir v mukh te muskan hai, jeena jad har hal ich hai tan hans k jeene ich ki nuksan hai!!!
Hi I'm 32 years old sikh from india my question is Iam amritdhari how can I lead my gay life so that my amrit didn't get khandit. I am very much afraid I want to live gay life without making my amrit khandit plz reply.