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Wjkk wjkf, I did vape as one of my friend who was a amritdhari himself had it, the vape contained no tabbaco or nicotine, do I still require to go and do peshi because it had no Tabbaco or nicotine?

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Yes and avoid company like that in the future. Also the proper term for the Bhujer Kurehit related to intoxicants isn't just Tobacco, but rather Hukka, which includes all types of substances.

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17 hours ago, Jacfsing2 said:

Yes and avoid company like that in the future. Also the proper term for the Bhujer Kurehit related to intoxicants isn't just Tobacco, but rather Hukka, which includes all types of substances.

supari,paan etc are also included , just because Guru ji doesn't mention legal highs it doesn't make it ok anything which intoxicates or creates addiction taking mind away from life's mission is worthless and to be avoided .

look up POPCORN LUNGS and show your bewakoof friend and tell him Guru Pita ji knows what is  right for his children  , both of you need to go do pesh because you need to talk to panj to learn what your rehit is supposed to be .

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on a serious note..what about tea and coffee then? 

i agree dont do vape, the idea of puffing in and out just dont sit right

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On 8/5/2017 at 7:27 AM, Guest Don't Know said:

Wjkk wjkf, I did vape as one of my friend who was a amritdhari himself had it, the vape contained no tabbaco or nicotine, do I still require to go and do peshi because it had no Tabbaco or nicotine?

If it didn't contain tobacco or nicotine, what were you vaping? Vicks Vapo-Rub?

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1 hour ago, das_1 said:

on a serious note..what about tea and coffee then? 

Many Jathas don't drink tea or coffee for similar reasons.

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2 minutes ago, Jacfsing2 said:

Many Jathas don't drink tea or coffee for similar reasons.

ive tried quitting many times, just cant do it!

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2 hours ago, das_1 said:

on a serious note..what about tea and coffee then? 

i agree dont do vape, the idea of puffing in and out just dont sit right

most people drink it like amlis ...'I'm dying for a brew'  ...'I can't start my day without my coffee' etc If you are like that maybe then you need to look into it (not very good for zinc absorption and uses a lot vit b in system) 

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On 2017-08-07 at 6:18 PM, das_1 said:

ive tried quitting many times, just cant do it!

Have you tried switching to Green or Herbal Tea?

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On 05/08/2017 at 2:57 AM, Guest Don't Know said:

Wjkk wjkf, I did vape as one of my friend who was a amritdhari himself had it, the vape contained no tabbaco or nicotine, do I still require to go and do peshi because it had no Tabbaco or nicotine?

Vape???? BLAD!! You should have dashed that crap in the damn bin man.

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22 hours ago, TaksalDaSingh9771 said:

Well there is chai in the langar hall

maybe push for Samundar instead

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