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  1. And everybody knows what needs to be done with enemies.
  2. Yes. Also, what I am trying to get across is that we have to recognize and see that these people as enemies of the panth. Before we had enemies outside, now we have them inside.
  3. There is a very high amount of weakness growing in the panth which is most concerning. Sometimes our lack of complete spiritual understanding, or incomplete understanding makes us very weak and keeps us from speaking truth boldly, and fighting against adharama. For example, misunderstanding what Ninda is, and saying never to criticize anyone, or accept the world as it is, or just be happy and surrender and let go; these types of spiritual ideas are false and makes us impotent. This is not what Guru Ji wants from his Singhs. Guru sahib says, "Dhan Jiyo teh ko jag mein, mukh t
  4. lol, this guy is a landu. You srsly can't be so gullible and fall for his saintly image.
  5. Before you do anything else, I would suggest you do a ardass on your own, from you heart. Wake up early before sunrise, take a full shower, and do path if you want. Then do the ardass/confession and ask for forgiveness from Guru. You can do it at home. I had something similar last year, where I was feeling really guilty and wanted to take amrit again. I asked people around, nothing really helped, but then I just did ardass at home from my heart, let it all out, and that immediately changed everything.
  6. 1) Protect your Veerya. 2) Nurture your Hair.
  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_o-1btEcnZw - Watch form 6:24. In the video it says, after Kali maa came out of Druga ma forehead, they still weren't able to fight the Blood demon Sanwatbeej, and they had to run away to a rishi. However, I actually read Chandi di Vaar, and Durga had no trouble wiping out the demons. She was on relentless offense throughout both wars. The only small sign of defense from Durga devi is in the 40th paure, when all the demon warriors, that rose from the blood of Sanwatbeej attacked Devi at once. And Guru sahib says, Durga sab bachiya dhal sambhal ke - D
  8. The OP isn't going to read this probably and I am not writing for her but for others who will be reading this. First of all, the OP is right in many ways. The husband told the woman to keep trimming and not let the family know, so he doesn't have the right to tell her she's going back on her words. Also the OP is right that she shouldn't be forced to keep hair. I am a guy, I was forced to keep hair without knowing why, I hated it, and cut it at 14. Then I learned more at 20 and 21, and I wanted to keep hair. I stopped cutting my hair and beard and I wear a Dastaar now. I am not doin
  9. It's worrisome that so many Sikhs either don't think about hell or don't believe in hell. When the mention of hell comes in Gurbani, they may think it's figurative, and there is no actual physical place called Hell. But as many of you know, hell is real. It doesn't matter what you think or whether we believe in it or not, reality is one, and it doesn't change to your thought. In Asa di Vaar, and Shalok Sheikh Freed Ke, and throughout gurbani, hell is made quite apparent. They say, you can hear people screaming in hell. If you google whether sikhi believes in heaven or hell, this is w
  10. In my opinion. For a complete new foreign learner (who is primarily learning for Sikhi), they should not start by learning the Punjabi language and grammar itself, but jump right into Gurbani. They should first learn to read and write the Gurmukhi letter, and the primary sounds, which is easy. Then they can just start listening to shabads they like or gurbani online, and read alongside. After they improve and they will fast, they can start speaking alongside as well. After they can read, listen, and speak relatively well, learning what the words means is easy and the knowledge of grammar
  11. for some people like me who can't balance in between and naturally lean towards extremes, celibacy/brahmachariya for life is the way to go. Before, I would be doing NoFap or trying to (i am 21), but after a week or two in I would start thinking about future relationship, wife, marriage, children, and then again fall. The second I decided Brahmachariya/Celibacy for life (in thought and action), I got immense peace and I feel complete now.
  12. There are many non Sikhs (non Indian background) who are interested in Sikhi, but don't know where to get started. They want to learn Gurmukhi / punjabi but I would imagine that's really challenging without Sharda and deep love. The motivation needs to be high. So I think they can start by listening to Bani with English translation, although translation doesn't really do justice, but something they can grasp, maybe sing along to some shabads and kirtan and learn the main themes and the message, and hopefully Guru sahib will do Kirpa from there. So which bani or kirtan or shabad would yo
  13. Dass Ji. I wanted to ask you a question. When I was in India at around 9 or 10 years of age, I took amrit. I broke it couple of years later slowly after coming to USA, took my kirpan off, stopped wearing kachera, and at 14 cut my hair. Should I be preparing myself to take amrit again? are there consequences of breaking amrit? please give me your insight.
  14. wow thank you for noting the time down. I love Giani Thakur Singh, he's so direct and funny, and very practical. I heard that katha just 2 days ago. I will watch the other ones. I first heard heard this shabad when I was little in India. We had a sant at our house, I don't remember who, but I think after that we started doing this shabad every now and then. I feel off sikhi slowly and gradually after I moved to america, I was 10 then. I cut my hair at around 14 age. Now I am 20, about to be 21. Over the past couple years with god's grace I had kirpa, and I feel like the path I did when I
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