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  1. 2 points
    bro just because someone has amrit and wears a gatra-kirpan doesn't make him an amritdhari only rehit does that and thieves, thugs and bullies are not rehitvaan in any shape . ALso the monay veer who thinks so highly of themselves because of this should realise that they are not gaining anything by their own conduct , if you love the Guru you should show it in full . frankly all involved need a tight slap from Guru ji ...aint nobody got time for that gandh
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    Guest Jee, the mind is filled by kaam, in some less, in some more, along with the other vikaars. As brother Jacfsing2 has said above, it is by the blessing of Guru Jee to overcome it. We have to keep in mind, that, this vikar is subtley hidden within us, it comes out when least expected also. So by Guru Jee´s kirpa, we have to use the most powerful weapon against it, in order to defeat it as well as the other 4 thieves also. And that precious weapon is His Name, do His jaap at all times with love and devotion, then only, this kaam and remaining vikars, will get nullified and eradicated, not otherwise. Great tapassvees, rishis, munis, gods, even the powerful Ravan, who was a great devotee of Shiva, though obtained so many powers, but still could not get rid of these his vikars.... This is the difference and wadeeayee of Wahiguru´s Naam Simran, given to us humans as Guru Sahibans, as a particle of their infinite love, and bakshish upon us. Doing bhakti of the only One, Wahiguru Akal Purukh, can free us from all our maladies, bondages, even from the biggest one, the wheel of 84. The primal cause, of all other causes in the mayavee creation. Sat Sree Akal.
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    Some interesting Relationship Tips Does chemistry outweigh compatibility—or vice versa? Would You Choose Sparks Over a Stable Relationship? In life, we have to decide what’s most important to us. The Key Is Finding a Balance There’s a leap of faith that you have to make in any relationship. You make this leap of faith based on trust and character, not based on attraction or wealth. You make this leap of faith when you’ve found your best friend, someone who makes you laugh, who has your back, who values the same things in life, and, yes, who is on the same page sexually. But most importantly, you make this leap of faith when you find the person who allows you to be yourself, to let down your guard, to feel safe.
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    I know genuine marriages which have taken place and lasted due to the internet. However you first have to be that genuine person. To get to a genuine person you need to go through a lot of trash first. Therefore if you intend to hit the Internet it is good to be aware of all potential lurking dangers. Talk and find out as much as possible about your potential spouse and avoid meeting alone. It is not a bad idea to get parents involved when meeting. Use the Internet as you would approach a rishta in real life. .... not for secret dating.
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    You should do perhaps sukhmani sahib path or any other which appeals to you. Take your mind off things perhaps with a book of some sort. It's easier for us to give advice. IIf you feel that you need to cry go on and let it all out.
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    God's plan for you is much greater than being a house slave to a psycho. You should be happy and celebrate. Time will heal you snd always pray for help in meeting a better person in the future. One day you will look back and say.... if only I knew..... then I would not have been sad.
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    As opposed to 'amritdharis' who fight & swear in Gurdwaras. Attacking eachother with their blunt useless kirpans whilst using the most dispicable language imaginable & removing each others dastars..... whilst in the presence of Guru Granth Sahib!
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    She's over 21. Are you sure she was groomed?