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waheguru ji ka khalsa

waheguru ji ki fateh

i duno how to help this person...he's amritdhari n juz complated his studies...he has been offered a job at a tobacco company

he's asked me if its right for him to work there?

pls do give genuine replies

thanks

waheguru ji ka khalsa

waheguru ji ki fateh

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'SARBAT DA BHALLA' expresses the deep Sikh belief in love of all creation and the love of all existence. Sikhi believes all creation is bound together through the love, care and protection of the one creator, who has infused creation with those very same qualities. When humans depart from those qualities, and proceed to create and accumulate to satisfy their own greed, they destabilise and disrupt the natural cycle that unifies all creation. The consequences of that greed-driven disruption are the reaction of the earth, society and nature.

As a Sikh we should take responsibility of our contribution in this disruption and destablisation of society and humanity. If Guru Ji has kept us away from tobacco or alcohol then it does not stop at just the consumption, it goes on to the production and distribution too. Your friend needs to look at this role as not only a career move but the contribution to the human race too. Does he want to be part of an industry that directly causes cancers and addictions in people? As a Sikh I would say working in industries which promote addiction or immorality is not in line with Gurmat whatsoever. Think twice before taking the job on.

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http://www.sikhitothemax.com/Rehat.asp?ID=71

hope this will help.... its not us, its guru ji saying.

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waheguru ji ka khalsa

waheguru ji ki fateh

i duno how to help this person...he's amritdhari n juz complated his studies...he has been offered a job at a tobacco company

he's asked me if its right for him to work there?

pls do give genuine replies

thanks

waheguru ji ka khalsa

waheguru ji ki fateh

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Hello,

Has this person looked into all the options available unto them for thier chosen career?

What is his professional delegation?

Is this person just settling for a job because it is given to them?

Has this person asked the Universal Source to guide their Spirit to the Job that Resonates with his True Self?

Does this person realise that with current health trends the this industry is liable to failure and close down within the current decared?

_ I am a health care professional and I believe I truly understand where health care is heading, and I can tell you even the medical community isn't prepared for what is going to happen with the Awakening of the Human consciousness that lay ahead.

Where does that place this persons ST and LT interests?

IF the companies name was Holocaust Industries (openly declared their Ultimate Intentions), which Tobacco basically does to people by providing them with COPD, heart failure, Congestive Cardiac Disease, Diabetes, Emphysema, Chronic Bronchities, Lung Cancer etc etc.

* This person is inexplicably connected to the Means by which an entire society destroys its own health. As someone who is Khalsa (Live's pure intent), do these polarities align?

These are all reasonable questions that you should ask your friend to contemplate.

Ardaas is so powerful that when we ASK sometimes we forget to RECEIVE.

Ask your friend to ASK for his Purest Intention, and watch as his Spirit goes from one of incoherent intent and weak power, to one of Rising Spirit where a True Conscious guides them to their hearts content.

All Sikhs of the True Guru are capable of this if we plant the Seed of Truth in our hearts and minds. The manifestation will be a clear mind, but also a wonderful life.

Regards

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