Religious Education

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Religious Education
1 Sikhism
1.1 Similarities between Hinduism, Islam and Sikhism
1.1.1 Reincarnation
1.1.2 Covering heads
1.1.3 Beards(I&S)
1.1.4 1 God (I&S)
1.1.5 Washing before praying
1.1.6 Sitting on then floor
1.1.7 Communal meal
1.2 The Sikh symbol
1.2.1 Khanda

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1.2.1.1 Two Swords - To represent fighting for what is right, and teaching the truth
1.2.1.2 Double-Sided Dagger - One side = justice other side = love
1.2.1.3 Circle - God was never born and will never die
1.3 Holy book is called 'The Guru Granth Sahib'
1.4 Names for God
1.4.1 Waheguru - Wonderful Lord
1.4.2 Satnam - Eternal Reality
1.5 Guru Nanak
1.5.1 Sikh equivalent of Jesus
1.5.2 Nanak was born into a Hindu family where in the village, Hindus and Muslims lived together. When he was born, he is said not to have cried, but to have smiled. He also had a halo. A priest said he would be a king or a Guru. This shows that he was a good and holy person (the halo). He was also very special. Nanak wasn't very interested in school, he preferred to sit and think about God. This shows that he was definitely very holy, and loved God very much. When Nanak was a teenager, his father gave him a lot of money to spend on things to sell. However, on the way there, he met 20 starving holy men. He spent all of his money on them and his father was very angry. This shows that he really felt strongly about God, and it teaches Sikhs that money can't make you happy, but helping others can. The word 'Guru' means teacher. When Guru Nanak said "There is no Hindu, there is no Muslim." He was trying to teach the fact that they both believe the same thing, they just see it differently.
1.5.3 His beliefs:
1.5.3.1 Respect nature
1.5.3.2 Be kind to all creatures
1.5.3.3 Help others
1.5.3.4 We are all equal; speak the truth
1.5.3.5 One God - many faces
1.5.3.6 Work hard
1.6 A good leader is...
1.6.1 confident
1.6.2 strong
1.6.3 understanding
1.6.4 good listener
1.6.5 decisive
1.6.6 helpful
1.6.7 fair
1.6.8 caring
1.7 God is 'OMNIPRESENT'
1.8 Began in India in the early 1400's (ish)
1.9 The 10 gurus
1.9.1 1) Nanak - founder => one God/ equality Khattarpur => village for Sikhs
1.9.2 2) Angad - Sikh alphabet => Gurmurchi script (written Punjabi) education for young people, started building places of worship (*Gurdwaras) wrote hymns
1.9.3 3) Amar Das - Set up the 22 districts into which Sikhs were organised, wrote Anand Sahib, Langar, Diwali and Gondiwal, stressed the importance of woman preachers
1.9.4 7) Har Rai - made Sikhism stronger and spread the word of Sikhism, made war peace between Muslims and Hindus
1.9.5 8) Har Krishan - became Guru at 5 years old, died of smallpox while helping people with the disease when he was 8
1.9.6 9) Tegh Bahadur - family values, was beheaded for standing up for Hindus
1.9.7 5) Arjan Dev - completed the golden temple 'Harimandir' at Amrisar, wrote the 'Adi Granth', opened a leprosy centre, became a martyr and was roasted alive
1.9.8 6) Hargobind - trained Sikhs to fight, built a fort in Amrisar, made an army, wore the '2 swords' (temporal and spiritual)
1.9.9 4) Ram Das - created Amritsar (pool), built buildings in Amitsar, wrote wedding hymns
1.9.10 10) Gobind Singh - began the Khalsa (brotherhood of Sikhs), began the 5 K's, his successor was the Guru Granth Sahib, became Guru when he was 9
1.10 The 5 K's
1.10.1 Kirpan - A small sword
1.10.1.1 fight against evil both physically and spiritually in their everyday lives
1.10.2 Kesh - long, uncut hair
1.10.2.1 respect for God by not changing the way he made you look
1.10.3 Kacchera - baggy shorts
1.10.3.1 modesty and readiness for battle if necessary
1.10.4 Kanga - Comb
1.10.4.1 keeping their lives in good order
1.10.5 Kara - steel (unbreakable) bracelet
1.10.5.1 God has no beginning and no end and is a physical reminder of him
1.11 Baisaki
1.11.1 Amrit Sanskar
1.11.1.1 five promises
1.11.1.1.1 wear the 5 K's
1.11.1.1.2 follow the teachings of the 10 Gurus and the Guru Granth Sahib
1.11.1.1.3 accept the responsibility of service to the brotherhood
1.11.1.1.4 abstain from alcohol, tobacco and adultery
1.11.1.1.5 work hard and give to charity
1.11.1.2 amrit
1.11.1.2.1 sugar and water mix stirred with the Khanda
1.11.1.2.2 drank
1.11.1.2.3 sprinkled over...
1.11.1.2.3.1 eyes
1.11.1.2.3.2 hair
2 The Holocaust
2.1 Prejudice And Discrimination
2.1.1 Predjudice
2.1.1.1 An attitude. It means having an opinion which is not based on fact.
2.1.1.1.1 E.g. "I think she won't do her job well as she is blonde."
2.1.2 Descrimination
2.1.2.1 An action. It means treating someone unfairly because of your discrimination.
2.1.2.1.1 E.g. "I won't employ her as she is blonde."
2.1.3 Jews were discriminated a long time before the Holocaust.
2.1.3.1 At the time of Jesus
2.1.3.2 Shakespeare wrote 'The Merchant of Venice', which is a play that shows the racicm against Jews
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