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Do you think Bhai Kanaiya had tensor bandages in his time? If Guru Ji takes off your limb in an accident do you go for Pesh? If Guru Ji themselves removed the plaster would you go for Pesh? What do you think Guru Ji would say if you asked them this question? Have you asked them? Would the time asking/answering these questions be better spent on doing a Sukhmani Sahib? Do you think Guru Ji will erase all your good deeds/Amrit for taking off a plaster? What is your intention when removing it?

Hukamnama for this question:

bYrwVI mhlw 4 ]

hir jnu rwm nwm gun gwvY ]

The Lord's humble servant sings the Glorious Praises of the Lord's Name.

jy koeI inMd kry hir jn kI Apunw gunu n gvwvY ]1] rhwau ]

Even if someone slanders the Lord's humble servant, he does not give up his own goodness. ||1||Pause||

jo ikCu kry su Awpy suAwmI hir Awpy kwr kmwvY ]

Whatever the Lord and Master does, He does by Himself; the Lord Himself does the deeds.

hir Awpy hI miq dyvY suAwmI hir Awpy boil bulwvY ]1]

The Lord and Master Himself imparts understanding; the Lord Himself inspires us to speak. ||1||

hir Awpy pMc qqu ibsQwrw ivic DwqU pMc Awip pwvY ]

The Lord Himself directs the evolution of the world of the five elements; He Himself infuses the five senses into it.

jn nwnk siqguru myly Awpy hir Awpy Jgru cukwvY ]2]3]

O servant Nanak, the Lord Himself unites us with the True Guru; He Himself resolves the conflicts. ||2||3||

*Read gurbani so you can understand the essence of what Guru Ji says. Understand it with the aid of steeks. Without Gurbani and Naam to guide you in life these questions will continue to harass your mind.*

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Do you think Bhai Kanaiya had tensor bandages in his time? If Guru Ji takes off your limb in an accident do you go for Pesh? If Guru Ji themselves removed the plaster would you go for Pesh? What do you think Guru Ji would say if you asked them this question? Have you asked them? Would the time asking/answering these questions be better spent on doing a Sukhmani Sahib? Do you think Guru Ji will erase all your good deeds/Amrit for taking off a plaster? What is your intention when removing it?

Hukamnama for this question:

bYrwVI mhlw 4 ]

hir jnu rwm nwm gun gwvY ]

The Lord's humble servant sings the Glorious Praises of the Lord's Name.

jy koeI inMd kry hir jn kI Apunw gunu n gvwvY ]1] rhwau ]

Even if someone slanders the Lord's humble servant, he does not give up his own goodness. ||1||Pause||

jo ikCu kry su Awpy suAwmI hir Awpy kwr kmwvY ]

Whatever the Lord and Master does, He does by Himself; the Lord Himself does the deeds.

hir Awpy hI miq dyvY suAwmI hir Awpy boil bulwvY ]1]

The Lord and Master Himself imparts understanding; the Lord Himself inspires us to speak. ||1||

hir Awpy pMc qqu ibsQwrw ivic DwqU pMc Awip pwvY ]

The Lord Himself directs the evolution of the world of the five elements; He Himself infuses the five senses into it.

jn nwnk siqguru myly Awpy hir Awpy Jgru cukwvY ]2]3]

O servant Nanak, the Lord Himself unites us with the True Guru; He Himself resolves the conflicts. ||2||3||

*Read gurbani so you can understand the essence of what Guru Ji says. Understand it with the aid of steeks. Without Gurbani and Naam to guide you in life these questions will continue to harass your mind.*

Thank you for this post. I agree with you. These days we have made Amrit so fear based and have forgotten the essence.

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Do you think Bhai Kanaiya had tensor bandages in his time? If Guru Ji takes off your limb in an accident do you go for Pesh?

Guru Sahib took it off, so he knows what happened. Also in Rehat it does not say taking off your limb is a a Kurehit. Removing hair is.

If Guru Ji themselves removed the plaster would you go for Pesh?

If Guru Sahib removed it, then he would do it with care and make sure no hair is removed. He wouldn't be careless.

What do you think Guru Ji would say if you asked them this question?

He would say my son/daughter is be careful and doesn't want to break his bond with me.....so he goes to great lenghts to...

Have you asked them? Would the time asking/answering these questions be better spent on doing a Sukhmani Sahib?

I doubt it, took 1 hour and 30 mins to ask or answer this question. Plus it's a legitimate question, so there is no harm in asking.

Do you think Guru Ji will erase all your good deeds/Amrit for taking off a plaster? What is your intention when removing it?

I don't think you understood the original poster. He is being careful and doesn't want to commit a Kurihet. He should be praised for this as many Amritdharis don't even care and are so careless to the point they commit Kurihets and don't go pesh. There is nothing wrong with be careful. It is the careless nature that many Sikhs today have adopted, which needs to be condemned. Guru Sahib was hurt when his chola broke a flower.......this Sakhi needs to be absorbed by more Sikhs and we will become less aggressive and rigid.

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