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  1. Hello everyone. I am a 36 year old male from Surrey Canada . Im married and I have two children. Both under 10. In 2015 to 2018 I was involved with an indo Canadian gang (Punjabi mafia). I ran the business side of it for my crew for a couple years with some help from a really close friend, who I no longer speak too. Overtime I also indulged in the same drugs I had stored for dealing. I became a cocaine addict, smoked weed, and drank liquor. I became very paranoid. I always looked over my shoulders. Never felt safe. I'm an <banned word filter activated> for putting my fami
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  2. Whatever u decide. Make sure to keep that connection to gurusahib. Or few years of living the successful lifestyle: eating out, luxury brands, dressing up, intellectual debates and ur connection and faith in Sri Guru Granth sahib will also fade. And u will wonder what was so special about gurbani. Like ur connection with rehit and amrit faded and now u dont see the point of it. When our mind is not fearful and we have an easy life, we begin to slack off and our mindset changes. And many ppl stop training and then when competition time comes, they regret it. What you are foing
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  3. You say you think you are lying by keeping hair. Who do you think you should be if you have hair? And why do you think this? Would you really ever be satisfied with you who you are to be worthy of being called a gursikh? The fact is we are all supposed to consider ourselves unworthy. So if you are thinking you don't match up to being a gursikh with the appearance, you are actually being a perfect Sikh because guru sahib wants us to be humble. That person who thinks they are not a gursikh is the most worthy to have the appearance of a Sikh because they are focusing on their deme
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  4. I would suggest becoming a nihang, this way *DELETED* Also nihang Singh often just wear the *DELETED* Nihang Singhs often don't mind their *DELETED*- but encourage them to keep head hair uncut. I would strongly recommend finding some local nihang Singhs and I am almost sure they will convince you to stay in Sikhi and show you a more liveable and workable Sikhi. It's fine to listen to nitnem if you don't do it yourself. Sikhi is not meant to be stressful, don't hold yourselves to the standards of the amritdharis you initially saw. In the West, you have basically g
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  5. You have done a lot of wrong things but you have redeemed yourself by doing the right things. You are in a better place because of Sikhi. Look how far you have come because of Sikhi. If you do not want to take Amrit then at least keep your kes and dastaar and keep doing the nitnem. Keep it simple. Your daily paath has a had a lot of benefits that you do not realise. You will realise what you are missing when you stop doing it.
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  6. Yes, I have received Amrit and am a Khalsa Singh. I am joining the US Army because it is God's will. I have educated myself and have a college degree in foreign languages. I'm entering the military with a specialist job in linguistics that pays very well. I'm contributing to the kohm by being active in my nation's working society and representing the Guru's roop to hopefully help familiarize more people what a Sikh looks like and how hard we work. And my orders have always been from the Father of the Khalsa, no one else. My life is proof. Otherwise, I wouldn't have switched my religion from Ca
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  7. well said! the purpose of having Sikhi in our life is to shape up with Sikhi, not to shape Sikhi to fulfil our desires.
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  8. Personally, I think Khalistan would be better if it was established outside of the Panjab. Look at Amish in America they have created their own communities based on their principles. If we had small scale communities that ran on Sikhi principles in places like Canada, we would have a model on which to expand (or transfer to other places). The institutions in India are far too deeply infiltrated and 'hinduvita-washed', to be reversed, sadly too much baggage. Also, the idea of Khalistan is of mindset too, and too few have the "Guru Maneyo Granth" mindset. Its a bit like the argument that people
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