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5 hours ago, Guest OP_ said:

WJKK WJKF Sangat jio

Thank you all so much once again. You guys are so helpful in easing my stress! Waheguru shower Kirpa on you all. I appreciate each and every response made - they all have valuable advice and knowledge. 

I would love to make an account but am hesitant as am not here discussing the most worthy issue so I would rather remain gupt - apologies.

I guess I will feel guilt free once we have both been pesh - that is the ultimate and as you have said 'just don't do it again' sounds like a sensible starting point.

I just don't know what words to use to tell the Panj Pyare. I doubt they will understand the specific names of these two acts...any ideas in what to say to Panj Pyare please?

WJKK WJKF

A picture might help... just joking.

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With all this guilt flying about we might as well go for Catholic Confession.

Pesh Booths seem like a good idea.

Forgive me Gyani Ji for I have sinned. It has been one month since my last pesh.

Continue My Child. Gurprasaad.

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WJKK WJKF

lol that made me laugh paji. Goodness I just don't know how to word it... can't really confess to something without saying what we did...genuinely require help please...

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3 hours ago, MrDoaba said:

With all this guilt flying about we might as well go for Catholic Confession.

Pesh Booths seem like a good idea.

Forgive me Gyani Ji for I have sinned. It has been one month since my last pesh.

Continue My Child. Gurprasaad.

Are you planning to op.en one?

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7 minutes ago, sikhni777 said:

Are you planning to op.en one?

The prasaad has already been packaged.

Would you like to be the first to make a confession?

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3 minutes ago, sikhni777 said:

OP gets first choice.  I am so low that you might not be able to handle my confession. 

I've had training. Try me.

Donations can be made in all currencies.

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11 hours ago, MrDoaba said:

With all this guilt flying about we might as well go for Catholic Confession.

Pesh Booths seem like a good idea.

Forgive me Gyani Ji for I have sinned. It has been one month since my last pesh.

Continue My Child. Gurprasaad.

Forgive me Gyani Ji. I did a terrible thing, I kept going back for prasad, but then when they stopped me. I sent a relatives child to get me some.

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Doabe gyani ji, I looked at some auntyjis suits n wanted the same one. I was trying to concentrate, but ki kara ina sona suit c, mera dhian ode te c. Fer main dream kardi c, ke kaash mera v suit ida da hunda, nice nice. 😩 

 

 

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Thats why our giani ji told us to shut our eyes... and he dimmed the lights.We had real fun.   Divine bliss. Our concentration was only on the one God. We hope he forgave our many sins that instant.  I tried hard to look at the other ladies suits but could see nothing.  

I left the gurdwara with a completely different sort of bliss that day. Dhan dhan giani ji. I think he lives in India. So next experience when he returns.

2 hours ago, simran345 said:

Doabe gyani ji, I looked at some auntyjis suits n wanted the same one. I was trying to concentrate, but ki kara ina sona suit c, mera dhian ode te c. Fer main dream kardi c, ke kaash mera v suit ida da hunda, nice nice. 😩 

 

 

 

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38 minutes ago, sikhni777 said:

Thats why our giani ji told us to shut our eyes... and he dimmed the lights.We had real fun.   Divine bliss. Our concentration was only on the one God. We hope he forgave our many sins that instant.  I tried hard to look at the other ladies suits but could see nothing.  

I left the gurdwara with a completely different sort of bliss that day. Dhan dhan giani ji. I think he lives in India. So next experience when he returns.

 

Dimming the lights is a good idea, as I have problems with bright lights and it would help with concentration. But penji, my post was written in a joking way. I don’t do that myself, but I can imagine others doing it. My concentration tends to divert to other things. 

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7 hours ago, Kira said:

Forgive me Gyani Ji. I did a terrible thing, I kept going back for prasad, but then when they stopped me. I sent a relatives child to get me some.

3 hours ago, simran345 said:

Doabe gyani ji, I looked at some auntyjis suits n wanted the same one. I was trying to concentrate, but ki kara ina sona suit c, mera dhian ode te c. Fer main dream kardi c, ke kaash mera v suit ida da hunda, nice nice. 😩 

 

 

In the Name of Akaal, of Guru, and of Shakti. Gurprasaad.

My Children, you have both committed venial sins, and with such you have weakened your bond with God. You must repent.

Kira My Son, for your penance there must be an act of contrition for your overbearing greed; prayers are to be held and there must be the giving of alms. The prayers of Japji must be recited and 5 bowls of communion are to be prepared which the congregation shall receive. For almsgiving you must set up a communal meal.

You are forgiven.

Simran My Daughter, for your penance there must also be an act of contrition for your ignornace towards the Name of the Lord; there must be 5 hours remembrance and recitation of the Name. For the period of 11 days you shall only wear a simple white suit. For almsgiving you must donate clothing of the highest quality to the needy.

You are forgiven.

 

Victory to the Lord!

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17 hours ago, Guest OP_ said:

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lol that made me laugh paji. Goodness I just don't know how to word it... can't really confess to something without saying what we did...genuinely require help please...

WJKK WJKF

If you really must go for pesh, just say kaam di galti ho gai. Or some variation of that. Make sure you're clear it was with your husband though.

Still don't think you need to go but up to you.

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We all have difficulty penji. Halfway during  the katha I remembered that I had not locked the back door.  Going back home would get me a mad hubby. So I was so scared,  I was saying bye to the computer,  my cards, my mobile and any money plus anything else valuable.  Then I thought I am in the gurdwara,  God can't let such a thing happen. Then I relaxed and then started thinking perhaps I had locked it. 

I concentrated a bit more on the salok mahalla nauva. Forgot all about the door,  came home slept. Awoke next morning.  Before going t the gurdwara the next morning,  my husband asks - who left the door unlocked? I had no words. We slept the night too with the door unlocked! !!!!

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7 hours ago, MrDoaba said:

Simran My Daughter, for your penance there must also be an act of contrition for your ignornace towards the Name of the Lord; there must be 5 hours remembrance and recitation of the Name. For the period of 11 days you shall only wear a simple white suit. For almsgiving you must donate clothing of the highest quality to the needy.

You are forgiven.

Okji I will try to do. 11 days going to be hard work as there’s only 7 days in the week. And I don’t like white, pattern wala mix white suit v chaluga hana ? (U have to say yes). 😛 I will do the last one too in the coming year. Oh we are in 2018 already, okji I will try the last one too. 

Thank you Doabe waleo gyani ji.🙃

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