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  1. 3 points
    Hey Ajeet! I personally like reading your lifestory...its quite entertaining. Although most of the time its you getting mad at your wife. Dont you know you are supposed to treat her extra nicely? So that if she finds out about your orientation, she wont hold it against you nor leave you. Also, now your goi g to be a father. So please dont make a household where the parents are always angry with each other or putti g each other down. Its sad for the kid. Also my mom used to be one of those ppl who blames people for any kind of tragedy. Like the tire got flat, it was because you drove it over some thorns, weeks ago. And if you get sick, its because you had icecream 5 weeks ago. And if you had an accident, because you ate at the aunts house that does bad magic. Its really annoying. My dad is the opposite. He wont blame you but try to find solutions to the problem. Like i get in a car accident, my mom panics, yells how could it happen, can you run away from there? I was like No my car is smoking and someone probably called the police. And she goes, oh why r u so stupid, couldnt you have driven off before? My dad calls says, ok u had an accident. Dont leave. Stay. Police will come, tell them what happened. Use a tow truck to get home. Ofc when i get home, he will grill me about what happened and how i can drive better. Basically, I am saying when your a parent, dont be one who always blames and panics and yells at the kid. Instead be calm, offer solutions, and later on find ou what happened and where the kid went wrong. I feel like you have the panicking personality, which is terrible and makes a horrible home atmosphere. Work on it. Also, why dont you go take a hukamnama everytime you have a crisis? Lots of people I know do that here.
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    ।ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖ਼ਾਲਸਾ।।ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫ਼ਤਹਿ। I've seen this and honestly I was really disappointed with the two. How can a Gursikh ever commit such a sin like abortion. Never has a Mahapurakh allowed it or ever will. Satpal Singh has just changed the definition of Hukam to mean his state of mind at the time and what's he's feeling whereas Hukam really means to accept Vaheguru's will and how he set up this creation and to walk on Guru Sahib's path. Secondly what's the difference between Kuri Maar and killing a child because it will disabled. Is it more or less of a sin? It is the same action being done just because the child has a certain qualities and seen as inferior. Thirdly, what's really saddening is that the number of abortions taking place is the same as the number of parents waiting to adopt a child! We shouldn't be killing poor children in the womb, we should be giving them to the Bhagat Puran Singhs of the Panth if you really don't want them. Also, Satpal Singh in his other videos always says give up your ego, attachment and stop trying to have pleasure etc. And accept Hukam and then in this video directly contradicts that for his own personal benefit of not having to raise a disabled child. I don't think he realises that even in the state of being disabled, Guru Sahib can still fix you and make your normal (which he has done many times before - read Se Kinehya and there is Sakhi from about 40 years ago where Naam Simran helps a disabled man who can't walk or talk or communicate his needs get better and be fit and healthy person who can walk and talk). Stay away from this type of Parchar, it's not good and will lead you astray from Guru Sahib's proper teachings. Bhul Chuk Maaf Karni ।ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖ਼ਾਲਸਾ।।ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫ਼ਤਹਿ।
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    I advised him not to marry because I knew it wasn't a wise decision based on his situation and mindset, BUT when it was done, I assumed he'd step up and take on his responsibilities as a husband and potential father. It's not a novelty; gay men throughout history have lead harmonious and productive family lives despite their leanings. They step-up and realise what's at stake, and then proceed to make the necessary sacrifices to make things work. I realise that takes a particular personality to execute that brand of situation. I assumed the lad would follow that example.

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