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  1. I was just curious... During your nitnem is the human that you must not eat at all during any point of your nitnem, as I recently took amrit my brother who is also amrit dari told me that you must not eat during your Japji Sahib, was wondering if anyone could help me out Thanks *hukam
  2. I know this is going to sound kind of weird... but I'm a 14 year old girl who has taken Amrit and I find that one of my main problems is keeping my legs crossed. I am able to manage it for about an 1 hour but then they start to hurt a lot so I have to un cross my legs and keep on changing the position of my legs.... I was wondering if anybody could give me any tips on how I can keep my legs crossed for a longer amount of time. I would really appreciate the help. Thanks :D
  3. Veere, I have met Baba Ji and they give pyaar to everybody whether young, old, disabled whatever. The point I am trying to make is that never base your judgment on what the media says.
  4. Then why are you putting that on here, you are obviously someone who is against Baba Ji and to be honest you probably ain't the only one, oh and your comment how Baba Ji need help to get up from their chair, maybe because in their younger years they did 5 kirtan diwans A DAY so it has obviously caught up with them, but I have had the honour of seeing Baba Ji myself and never have I seen them get "help" from any of the sevadaars to get up from their chair, and also when you were talking about them earning money, Baba Ji never forced those people to give money.
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