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  1. Hi everyone, I’m new to the forum and new to Sikhism. I have questions about sin and forgiveness. I was reading a bit of the Guru Granth Sahib online and trying to get a feel for it. I saw this: Page 1152: ਨਿੰਦਕ ਕਾ ਕਹਿਆ ਕੋਇ ਨ ਮਾਨੈ ॥ निंदक का कहिआ कोइ न मानै ॥ Ninḏak kā kahi▫ā ko▫e na mānai. No one believes what the slanderer says. ਨਿੰਦਕ ਝੂਠੁ ਬੋਲਿ ਪਛੁਤਾਨੇ ॥ निंदक झूठु बोलि पछुताने ॥ Ninḏak jẖūṯẖ bol pacẖẖuṯāne. The slanderer tells lies, and later regrets and repents. ਹਾਥ ਪਛੋਰਹਿ ਸਿਰੁ ਧਰਨਿ ਲਗਾਹਿ ॥ हाथ पछोरहि सिरु धरनि लगाहि ॥ H
  2. Guest

    Will Waheguru forgive me?

    Hi all, I need some help with extreme feelings of guilt and regret. Basically, I’m a 17 year old girl who sinned and lied a lot in my childhood. From the ages of 8-13, I would talk behind my friends back with others and then I woild go to my friend and tell them everything the other person said about them while acting like I never said anything even when I did. I betrayed the trust of many of my friends and hurt them. I feel so guilty now and I honestly feel so bad for how I’ve hurt others. For example, when I was a 12 year old in grade 7, I had a friend who I’ll call B for now, and
  3. I heard that there are some sins which cant be forgiven such as these people who went to gurdwara to do wrong on Guru Granth Sahib Ji *waheguru waheguru*. Or also adultery, where the person will live 1000 days of hell. But is this true? I cant understand of course the first thing. Someone who does this should rot in hell. But what about someone does a mistake, because they are so attached to one person? Are there really sins which cant be forgiven? I thought Waheguru forgives everyone who chooses the path oh Waheguru Ji. And how does Waheguru forgive?
  4. I have read that the person who tries to explain gurbani is sinning, and its a bad thing to do, but itsnt katha basically the same thing? Thoroughly confused.
  5. Guest

    Feelig lost..

    Hi everyone. ive been feeling very lost and depressed recently and am looking for some guidance. let me give you some background. i come from a highly respected and religious family (i have sants in my family tree) so my whole family is very religious and amrtidhari. i’ve struggled a lot since starting college. i’ve drank, done hard drugs and have been in a long relationship with someone of a different ethnicity and religion. i’ve lies to and stolen from my parents. i am finally learning to restrain from drinking and drugs, and i no longer hurt my parents. but my biggest issue now is engaging
  6. Why is it bad to lust after a person? Masturbation is a pleasurable experience, what is so bad about it that must be conquered spiritually?? If it hurts no one else, why is it bad?
  7. Guest


    I have done a lot of bad things in my life. Nothing like murder before anyone thinks that lol, but things which against sikhi. I'll be honest and say, mostly kaam related stuff which i am not proud of and deeply regret now. Recently ive been getting more and more in sikhi and making an effort to become a better person and sikh. Making an effort to read more about our beautiful religion and our great history. Ive read some rehitnamas recently which detail things which are greatly prohibited and what happens to those who have committed these things. That made me think, will the Guru/God forgive
  8. Guest

    Advice Needed Quickly

    What is the best way to control kaam ie the m word? Help this sinner pls
  9. Wicked Warrior


    We are taught not to sin and that we should live a pious life. What constitutes sin? Some are obvious like murder, adultery and any of the bujjar kurehits. But what of other things? If you have an impure thought about a person, does this constitute sin? Does thinking ill of someone (but neither saying nor doing anything) constitute sin? I expect lying to be a sin but what about "bending the truth" where what you say is not a lie but not the honest truth? I understand that as you tread the path of Righteousness, it probably becomes easier to know and recognise but some of us are still stuck
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