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I know this maybe really weird, but I was taking of my kurta and my Kara/sleeve got stuck because I didn't open the button, I pulled very hard to get the kurta of my arm/hand and I think I may have broken some hair. This sounds stupid but then again as a sikh you are not allowed to kill hair. 

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Sikhs are also given buddhi to figure out such cases within seconds with depressing ourself with such questioning of our faith. We are not jaini type folks brother/sister. Do ardas and keep on sikhi in progressing !

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