“It’s okay to have doubts and be unsure and it’s okay for your feelings to waiver a little bit around Sikhi. I always felt a lot of shame because of that because I would see people around me, at least externally, who present very Sikh and you assume that they have it all figured out and they never have doubts and they’re just so committed and so faithful. But for me, I never felt that way. I’d always had periods of, “Is this for me?” “Am I Sikh enough?” “Am I Panjabi enough?“”
Sidaker, Kabir Singh, speaks with Sidak Facilitator, Jasleen Kaur about the realizations that came about as a result of attending Sidak. A lot of his fears around questioning his faith and comparing himself to his peers were alleviated.
Sidak seeks to provide young Sikh adults with a gift of Gurmat-centered leadership learning experience to secure—and transform—the Sikh future.
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