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Why Teaching Others Is Hard?

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26 minutes ago, Akalifauj said:

Moni....giddar uncle ji picking on keshdhari again.  You don't even have the strength to keep hair uncut...moni ji da giddar uncle.....lol

what do you mean?

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1 hour ago, Akalifauj said:

Moni....giddar uncle ji picking on keshdhari again.  You don't even have the strength to keep hair uncut...moni ji da giddar uncle.....lol

You ever leave your house too? 

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6 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Okay, so how has the majesty of the revelation you're espousing manifested itself in your day-to-day life, that someone would look at you and think, "I want some of that!"

The message of Gurmat has completely changed my life, if you were asking me. I don't need someone to confirm what I believe, my only reason for telling people is to hopefully help someone. They can either follow it or not, and it wouldn't change my view, but the entire purpose of this topic is for me to hopefully improve myself, so people will listen. If I knew nothing at all, other than knowing that Sikhi is the only way to Vaheguru, I would be satisfied with simply that much knowledge. 

6 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Currently what you're suggesting is the equivalent of stating, "I don't have much to show for it, but you'll just have to take my word for it, because I've heard from others in the know that it's all brilliant stuff." How has the "message" you apparently believe with such conviction impacted YOU?

If I said I was the best person, I'd be lying, there are probably going to be people who have faked, "goodness",(because the only good is Vaheguru), all their lives and probably think they are perfectly fine with it, my view is it's still better to be a Sikh trying his best to do what they can, despite mostly failing in those goals, than to be a perfect person in normal people's eyes. Someone like me can say Sikhs are the best a million times and it would mean nothing; however, doing something simple to prove Sikhs are the best like helping someone, would give it more value.

This will be my last post on this topic

7 hours ago, harsharan000 said:

You are absolutely right.

You are not offering anything about something  acheived by you.

You are just saying: hey men and women, of  this mayavee creation, I have seen the apaar wadeeayee of the Bani of our Guru Sahiban,  which has the key solution to reunite yourselves with Wahiguru Akal Purukh Himself, and I invite you to come and benefit from the unqueanchable spiritual wealth from it, if you go deeper in it and by applying it in a practical way in your lives: bhakti of Akal Purukh.

I do not see any ego in this your attitude, but being a well wisher to your fellow beings.

Sat Sree Akal.

I appreciate all the help on the topic.:waheguru:

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