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  1. Wjkk Wjkf! I recently had gone to Gurdwara Sisganj Sahib, Delhi, and while washing my hands I smelled cigarette breath on the guy next to me. Seemed like a non-Punjabi and non-Sikh. I didn't say anything to him then because I was in a hurry myself, but when I left the Gurdwara I found myself pondering as to whether I should have confronted him and stopped him from going in front of Maharaj in that state. It's also possible that he was there just for the langar and didn't matthaa tek at all. Should I have stopped him? How would you have handled this? Wjkk Wjkf!
  2. Redoptics

    Vaping

    We all know we shouldn't smoke, what are peoples thoughts on vaping ? I think if it helps to stop smoking its a goid thing, however I do know people who vape far more than the used to smoke.
  3. i am 18 years old, pursuing computer engineering in a well reputed college in mumbai. i have always had cool friends and supporting parents. but, i've never been a staunch believer in religion. i always find religion to be pointless, following what some person(s) said/wrote hundreds or thousands or years ago and having to follow their rules and the way they want us to lead our lives just doesn't seem right to me at all. i've been smoking weed since a year, and quite regularly. my grades are not affected by,and i've not been as irritable i was since a long time. i never intended to let my parents know about me smoking pot, but nowadays the paranoia associated with weed is taking over the better of me sometimes because of the guilt i feel hiding it from my parents. i have many friends who smoke weed and all of them are really nice people, so why should what i do in my personal life be associated with my morality?i really feel smoking weed isn't bad for me but i don't wanna live in hiding from my parents.i am a turbaned sikh and my parents are really good role models, just that i do not believe in the same things as me. is there any way i can come off to them and tell them about me smoking the jane?
  4. Just when i thought world cannot get any crazier- Buzarg dastar wala sikh baba smoking- disgusting but such a petty at his condition
  5. I am from patiala. Right now i am studying in delhi and doing photography. Sometime when i went for photowalk i saw many sikh boys having kesh ( wearing bandna not turban) and dahdi doing smoking! I dont understand why they are doing it. Many sikh boys and girls in delhi are busy doin weed hash and other drugs....why dont they realise that its not good. I tried stoping them & and making them understand that it is not for us. We r SIKH. We have blessing of sache pita waheguru. Je kuch krna hai rabh di gulami kro! I want to potrait my problem is some sort of documentory! I need help !
  6. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh, A little background about myself: I am a monah Sikh male around the age 30, I was raised in a partially Sikh oriented way, in that my parents both attended Gurdwara to do "raul" every weekend, however Alcohol and meat were always present in my life. I am educated at the Masters level at a N. American University and work a very promising and fulfilling career. I am also extremely happily married. My entire life I have loved Guru-sahib and have been a "Khailstani" since birth mostly due to my parents nurturing and teaching me what was happening to us at then present times. I am currently dealing with serious issues such as anxiety and panic attacks and have been visiting a professional for this matter for the past 3-months. I also commit another major bujjer-kuriet in that I smoke cigarettes. But due to my wifes positive re-enforcement I begin a journey to quit this vile disease; a disease that Guru Gobind Singh Ji's horse, Neela, warned us about. Today, I quickly googled "Anxiety and Sikhi" which lead me to todays Hukamnamma; the result of reading that Hukum was that I have realized I must reside by God's will. THis gave me lots of strength in trying to quit smoking so I went out to the pharmacy and purchased the "patch". I'm hoping my little blurb will help me follow through with my plans. Sat Siri Akal.
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