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what a shame, you have almost ruined your respect and honour for free!!

if you are in the roop of guru sahib, then you should understand that you HAVE to behave in a respectful manner when in public. With friends you can have a laugh and be yourself, but this doesn't mean that you go over board and act stupid, remember you are supposed to be a child of Guru Gobind Singh Ji therefore it is your moral duty to remain respectful. if you dont respect yourself then no1 will respect you.

A person earlier said that you dont have to worry about what the world thinks of you, well that is a load of bulls*it, as i have mentioned before, once you bear allegiance to guru sahib you have to think VERY carefully about your actions in public and the people that you are with, because if you do something stupid, the public will not see you as an individual but as a sikh of guru sahib.

Keep away from the opposite sex......it will just cause problems now and later on in life.

You can buy anything in the world, however you cannot buy Ijjat(respect honour dignity)........once this is lost you will never get it back.............remember this for the rest of your life penji.

Vaheguru Ji Ka khalsa! vaheguru Ji ki fateh!

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God says all worldy associations are false, if people are judging you worngfully, learn the lesson that only god knows you truly- God says step on His path and pay no attention to public opinion, so who cares what anyone thinks,

The majority of Guru Gobind Singh Jis crowd on Vaisakhi thought he'd gone mad when he stepped out with a bloodstained sword, that should be enough to tell you that peoples opinions mean sh*te....

now thats something new !

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Kabeer, you shall drown, you wretched being, from worrying about what other people think.

hy kbIr! hy mMd-BwgI mnu`K! bhuqw lok-lwj ivc hI irhW (lok-lwj ivc hI) fu`b jwieˆgw

Dhan Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj (ANG 1373)

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Respect, honour, trust are strange things. It takes many years to build them, but mere minutes to shatter them into to a million pieces. These shattered pieces can never ever be put together in a way which makes them again as good as the original image.

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