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Gurfateh,

Ok people, this question is deep... If you could ever get a chance to go back to childhood, school, or college, and do something differently, or learned something else, or chose a different path, which would have yielded a different outcome in your life, what would it be? It can be about sikhi, or not... Anything which you feel like you wish you had done different...

We can start with me... Sikhi-wise, I wish I would have payed more attention to gurbani, and what it actually meant... I didn't do that when I was young, and now I'm struggling to understand it...

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mmmmm very deep ji............i dont think i would change anything cos even though i have done many many bad things..........it is through this that i am discovering who i realy am and (with maharaj's kirpa) i am trying to get onto the right path..................

each instance in our lives happens for a reason and its all hukam................all i pray for is that Maharaj's blessings to keep this murakh (me) on the correct and true pathh...

bhul chuck maaf

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Guest Narinder Singh

I sometimes do wish i could change a lot of things, but then it comes back to what JustME veerji/panji said, my past actions are a result of who i am today, and who i am today is more of what im going to be in the future. So if i try to better my today, i can only hope that the future will be bright, with Wahegurus kirpa of course. :T:

But Guru Sahib is so kind, time and time again, he forgives worthless dogs like me who sin every minute and every second of their lives, it feels good to know that his protective hand is on my head.

Fateh.

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I would have tried harder at skool, and also made a move on a girl i liked at skool. also i would have tried to study gurbani harder.

you would have been studying gurbani and making a move on a bibi at the same time???????

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I would have tried harder at skool, and also made a move on a girl i liked at skool. also i would have tried to study gurbani harder.

dur fitteh mu tera

studying gurbaani n making a move on some kuri.......satheyanaas vaddthaa

ajj kal dey ladkey vi!

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sorry i should have said that i wanted to make a move on honey first, whilst i was at skool, and as i didnt get into sikhi until my early 30s I wish that i had come to to it earlier and because of this my knowledge of gurbani is very limited. this make you hate me a little less?

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