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I had a pimple on my beard and was pressing it really hard with a kangha, is it considered a kureit if I broke I kesh while I was pressing the pimple, I was pressing pretty hard because the pimple wouldn't pop.  

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:rofl

teenagers. If your intention is not to break your hair then you my bachu is safe

rock the beard ✊️

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Could you imagine dying, and Vaheguru says You did so well, you turned to me in all ways.....but remember that pimple hair you broke....not gonna fly sorry dude. Rebirth. 

For the pimple though soak it with a hot tea bag. 

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22 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Could you imagine dying, and Vaheguru says You did so well, you turned to me in all ways.....but remember that pimple hair you broke....not gonna fly sorry dude. Rebirth. 

For the pimple though soak it with a hot tea bag. 

I really hope you are being sarcastic because that's not true (I have a bad sarcasm sensor).

 Accidentally eating halal/kosher meat or meat in general depending on your rehat - no need to go pesh as per Sikh Rehat maryada as it was unintentional.

Break hair accidentally with no intention to do so - no pesh

Premarital sex - I am not really sure about this one. You can't really do it accidentally. I was just told that if you don't take a moment to think while you do it then its bye bye for you, otherwise if you stop mid way then do an ardas to keep you safe.

Tobacco/drugs - One of the hardest because of the addictions. 

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Those spot things hurt so bad!!!! I just touch it once and my eyes flood with water 😢

That weird stuff that comes out of it when it pops/blows up is gross too 😢. Im traumatised!

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@NonExistant

Don’t worry, go to the doctor if it doesn’t stop hurting. You don’t want it to be infected, so get it checked out if it’s ongoing. 

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On 17/01/2018 at 4:04 PM, monatosingh said:

Premarital sex - I am not really sure about this one. You can't really do it accidentally. I was just told that if you don't take a moment to think while you do it then its bye bye for you, otherwise if you stop mid way then do an ardas to keep you safe.

What? 

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24 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

What? 

He's still a baalak. I think he's confused maryada with what he learnt in his sex education classes.

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1 hour ago, MrDoaba said:

He's still a baalak. I think he's confused maryada with what he learnt in his sex education classes.

First there was jupping Naam whilst on the job, and now there's conducting an ardaas halfway through it! Do Sikhs actually do this? 

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3 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

First there was jupping Naam whilst on the job, and now there's conducting an ardaas halfway through it! Do Sikhs actually do this? 

I'm in a position where if I make a joke, there is a high risk of it being taken seriously. So I'm actually gonna be serious and say, no I don't believe Sikhs actually do this.

Doing ardaas halfway through has to be the most ridiculous thing I've heard. If one had such self-control in the first place, one would not be in that situation. Although it might work if you're praying for some divine contraception there.

Japping Naam on the job...just plain weird, super weird.

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Anyone who stops halfway will go straight to a well and jump down it before they realised they had actually stopped halfway... halfway down a well and halfway the deed... leaves you only one option. ... downwards with the gravity.

Even kabir ji says... visreya jin naam te pue bhaar thiye. 

When you don't jup naam you become a burden on the earth. .. your weight becomes heavier for the earth to bear. Naam jup makes you feel lighter.

What exactly is the halfway if you never completed a task. Is quarter way fine will be the next question.  Well just stop before you start coz a well is hard to find. Even harder is jumping down one once you have found it.

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I'm just saying what I am told from amrit sanchar.

I meant as in let's say u were about to take your kashera off. If you don't think about Sikhi and do it then your gone.

If you stop whilst taking off ur kachera then do an ardaas to keep you clear of such actions

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