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My mustash was very itchy, I started scratching it with a bottle, jnowing that my hair is going to break but I really had to itch, I ended up breaking hair, but I've done ardass, do I still need to do peshi

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15 hours ago, Guest Guest said:

My mustash was very itchy, I started scratching it with a bottle, jnowing that my hair is going to break but I really had to itch, I ended up breaking hair, but I've done ardass, do I still need to do peshi

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How do you mean scratching it with a bottle?

Yes you will need to go pesh, you knew your hair is going to break and there was that possibility.

The only exception would be if example you comb your hair knowing your hair will come out which is natural in all humans.

 

 

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I would say yes and if you are unsure then talk to the Panj Pyare or a Gursikh and they can decide. monatosingh veerji also bought up a good point. Listen to your heart, you knew your hair was going to break and you did it. So based on that the Panj Pyare will have to make a decision. If you are wrong the best thing you can do is realise it and own up to it, it takes a lot of courage but Guru Ji didn't make us scaredy-cats so the best thing to do is own up to it and tell the Panj Pyare what happened.

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On 09/11/2017 at 1:40 AM, Guest Guest said:

My mustash was very itchy, I started scratching it with a bottle, jnowing that my hair is going to break but I really had to itch, I ended up breaking hair, but I've done ardass, do I still need to do peshi

Are u serious. 

Hair falls out regularly naturally. 

The problem with today's Sikhs, they've become so fanatical about silly things that they've forgotten what actually matters. 

 

Amrits an easy way to discipline yourself and to purify yourself Internally. 

 

This can be done without taking amrit as demonstrated by many Sants and brahmgyanis before. 

 

Focus on your inside.  All image is still Maya. 

 

 

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What about the singhs who went in battle and survived. They probably had a lot of hair be choped off. 

They didnt go pesh or something did they? I dont think so.

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4 hours ago, NonExistant said:

What about the singhs who went in battle and survived. They probably had a lot of hair be choped off. 

They didnt go pesh or something did they? I dont think so.

Lol what?

Did they do it intentionally though? They didn't get a shastar and just chop it off to look good in the war.

Khalsa actually begged in those times when they were captured to NOT GET THEIR HAIR CHOPPED

 

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4 hours ago, NonExistant said:

What about the singhs who went in battle and survived. They probably had a lot of hair be choped off. 

They didnt go pesh or something did they? I dont think so.

Besides, if their hair did get chopped off they were bound to get killed by whoever they were fighting. They had very protective head gear to prevent such as the chakar.

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4 hours ago, monatosingh said:

Lol what?

Did they do it intentionally though? They didn't get a shastar and just chop it off to look good in the war.

Khalsa actually begged in those times when they were captured to NOT GET THEIR HAIR CHOPPED

 

Lol i meant when some of their hair got cut by some random guys sword or if a few hairs fell off randomly. Obviously i know that they wont intentionally stick their chin out and ask people to rip their beards off.

 

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2 minutes ago, NonExistant said:

Lol i meant when some of their hair got cut by some random guys sword or if a few hairs fell of randomly. Obviously i know that they wont intentionally stick their chin out and ask people to rip their beards off.

 

Still though, in OP's question he knew it was going to happen and also they were in the war with the Guru right so the Guru would know and give darshan to them.

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1 minute ago, monatosingh said:

Still though, in OP's question he knew it was going to happen and also they were in the war with the Guru right so the Guru would know and give darshan to them.

Yeah. But what im trying to say is that if hairs randomly fell off or you didnt intentionally chop them off then i dont think that you need to re-take anrit or go pesh to panj pyare or something.

Maybe just do ardaas for it to never happen again.

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1 minute ago, NonExistant said:

Yeah. But what im trying to say is that if hairs randomly fell off or you didnt intentionally chop them off then i dont think that you need to re-take anrit or go pesh to panj pyare or something.

Maybe just do ardaas for it to never happen again.

Yes as I said, one exception could be when you are combing your hair it is bound to fall out. But in this case he knew it was going to happen.

"jnowing that my hair is going to break"

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21 minutes ago, monatosingh said:

Yes as I said, one exception could be when you are combing your hair it is bound to fall out. But in this case he knew it was going to happen.

"jnowing that my hair is going to break"

So knowing that when we comb our hair it is bound to fall out and also break, then do we have to go pesh like all the time?

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Just now, NonExistant said:

So knowing that when we comb our hair it is bound to fall out and als break, then do we have to go pesh like all the time?

No, because it's natural for hair to fall out while combing.

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Just now, monatosingh said:

No, because it's natural for hair to fall out while combing.

So if its natural then we dont have to go pesh.

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It's like eating a product with egg in there.

You know the possibility of it having egg in there which is why you check.

You don't just have it without checking if it is in there at all similarly the OP knew hair was going to come out.

 

@NonExistantBut seriously I think OP should do whatever he thinks is best. If I were him I'd definitely give a Gursikh or the panj pyare a visit.

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