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I am pretty confused right now, I always thought that hair grows to a certain length, but then I saw the world record for the longes hair was 18 feet, and the longest beard was 6 feet, and I even saw women who had beards. So can anyone please explain this to me?

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Hair does go to a certain length.

It is not a certain length for everybody.

Anybody can have their own length of hair as God blesses them.

Some people have almost no facial hair (like me) and some people have very long and beautiful beards.

Some people are bald on their head, and some people have really long braids.

The length of your hair is part of your genes and your karma, it is different for everybody.

vaaheguroojeekaakhaalsaa

vaaheguroojeekeefatheh !!

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I still dont understand it, how can these people keep their hair, shouldn't they cut it? are these people just "freaks of nature", i mean like those people with 3 arms? And one more question if you do have an extra arm, or if you are missing thumbs would it be ok to get plastic surgery i mean is it not the will of God? or if you have a tumor is it ok to get surgery to remove it is it not the will of God?

I need more input please!!!!!!!!!

The more thought we put in these questions the stronger we will get

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Vjkkhalsa Vjkfateh.

Hi, bhenji/veerji. Umm , to answer your questions, i thought about it a lot. About the hair deal, i would say Yes, some people have very long hair, some have very short( without cutting).

I for one, have quite long hair, And i know a bhenji who also has Very Very Very long hair But the way she manages it, is Putting it in a 'bun'. How are you a freak of nature, if your gurujis daughter/son? The way u r, is in gods will, he wants you like that.

About the Body parts, i would say if you have a life and threatning tumour affecting your body, and the doctors reccommend to take it out, i think you should. No questions asked.

Vjkkhalsa Vjkfateh.

akaaaaaaaaaaal

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I can understand, humans have long hair, but what I dont understand is if they have very very very long hair, i mean if it is 3 or 4 feet below your shoes, like that lady for the world record 18 feet!!!!!!!! ohmy.gif It seems like if it is that long then hair is meant to be cut. Is it a hormone imbalance?, it doesnt seem normal to have a hair or beard past your feet.

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If keeping my kes means I’m a freak of nature then guess what, I’m a freak of nature :-)

I’d rather stand in front of God as He made me and not as how the world thinks I should look.

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