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Real stories from our Gurus times; what they ate, what they talked, what they believed and what was happening around them. 

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    • Agreed. I have seen many small kids in the local gurudwara taking amrit, idk why but it doesnt feel right. In their teenage it will be extemely hard for them. I did so much dumb stuff in the past 2 years that if i had taken amrit i would have broken it. I feel kids should only take amrit once they are 16 or 17 plus. Before that will not be worth it, and sikhi will be a burden on the persons head. Furthermore, the nice thing I have seen with some moneh folks is that they raise their kids as keshadharis (not all but some i personally know)
    • Yeah, i mean you hear so many horror stories about people breaking Amrit, i think in todays age once you know you will be committed and can keep your Amrit then go for it, but if you know you can't then perhaps wait.  In the old days it was different, today there are so many distractions.
    • im 16 🙃 but im gonna take amrit once my studies are over. I dont think i can handle paath and studies together. So i do some paath but not all the banis. But as a 16 y/o i deffo have decreased lust and anger due to paath.
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