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''The self-willed …
The Guru Granth Sahib 361

''The self-willed manmukh (self-centred person) receives only more punishment,''
The Guru Granth Sahib 361

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Sikhs have a duty, called sewa, to do what in society?

Sikhs have a duty, called sewa, to carry out good deeds in society

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While many religions have a belief in a personal force of evil in the form of the devil, Sikhism does what?

While many religions have a belief in a personal force of evil in the form of the devil, Sikhism does not

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While many religions have a belief in a personal force of evil in the form of the devil, Sikhism does not.
All people are believed to be born how?

All people are believed to be born:
1. Good
2. With a strong spirit that helps them to overcome difficulties

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While many religions have a belief in a personal force of evil in the form of the devil, Sikhism does not.
All people are believed to be born good and with a strong spirit that helps them to overcome difficulties.
Sikhism teaches that the root cause of evil, or suffering is what?

Sikhism teaches that the root cause of:
1. Evil
Or,
2. Suffering
is the human ego

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While many religions have a belief in a personal force of evil in the form of the devil, Sikhism does not.
All people are believed to be born good and with a strong spirit that helps them to overcome difficulties.
Sikhism teaches that the root cause of evil, or suffering is the human ego, which has become distracted by what?

Sikhism teaches that the root cause of evil, or suffering is the human ego, which has become distracted by the 5 vices of:
1. Anger
2. Lust
3. Greed
4. Worldly attachment
5. Pride

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While many religions have a belief in a personal force of evil in the form of the devil, Sikhism does not.
All people are believed to be born good and with a strong spirit that helps them to overcome difficulties.
Sikhism teaches that the root cause of evil, or suffering is the human ego, which has become distracted by the 5 vices of anger, lust, greed, worldly attachment and pride.
These vices lead to evil, but are not linked to any idea of a what?

These vices lead to evil, but are not linked to any idea of a personal force of evil

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When people speak about evil criminal actions, they usually mean that the offence is what?

When people speak about evil criminal actions, they usually mean that the offence is profoundly:
1. Immoral
2. Wicked
as a result of people allowing themselves to give into temptation

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When people speak about evil criminal actions, they usually mean that the offence is profoundly immoral and wicked as a result of people allowing themselves to give into temptation.
Sikhs believe that God wants everyone to live together in peace and harmony and they believe that it is important to support law and order.
Therefore, evil actions are always against what?

Therefore, evil actions are always against the will of God

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Sikhs believe that there is no such thing as what?

Sikhs believe that there is no such thing as an evil person

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Sikhs believe that there is no such thing as an evil person.
Although they are born good, human beings what?

Although they are born good, human beings:
1. Are not perfect
2. Make mistakes

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Sikhs believe that there is no such thing as an evil person.
Although they are born good, human beings are not perfect and make mistakes.
Some do evil things, but this is because they have not done what?

Some do evil things, but this is because they have not resisted temptation

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Sikhs believe that there is no such thing as an evil person.
Although they are born good, human beings are not perfect and make mistakes.
Some do evil things, but this is because they have not resisted temptation.
It is not because they are evil in themselves, or their intention was necessarily evil.
Sikhs believe in reincarnation, so they believe in what?

Sikhs believe in reincarnation, so they believe in punishment after death

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Sikhs believe that there is no such thing as an evil person.
Although they are born good, human beings are not perfect and make mistakes.
Some do evil things, but this is because they have not resisted temptation.
It is not because they are evil in themselves, or their intention was necessarily evil.
Sikhs believe in reincarnation, so they believe in punishment after death.
However, they know they must what, too?

Sikhs know they must face punishment on Earth, too

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Sikhs believe that there is no such thing as an evil person.
Although they are born good, human beings are not perfect and make mistakes.
Some do evil things, but this is because they have not resisted temptation.
It is not because they are evil in themselves, or their intention was necessarily evil.
Sikhs believe in reincarnation, so they believe in punishment after death.
However, they know they must face punishment on Earth, too.
Sikhs believe that having good intentions, such as obeying the law and protecting the public by punishing lawbreakers, helps Sikhs to do what?

Sikhs believe that having good intentions, such as:
1. Obeying the law
2. Protecting the public by punishing lawbreakers
,helps Sikhs to build good karma

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