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Sant Kilewale Mahapursh,

Once Master Tara singh and Group of Sikhs came to Mahapursh and requested,"Sant ji,....Khalsa panth is in trouble" Before They could say further, Sant Maharaj ji told then," Khalsa Panth can never be in trouble bcz its roots are in Pataal and none can uproot it.....There is no trouble to Khalsa Panth.....But there is trouble to your Political Positions and Power"

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Sant Preet Singh Ji, " Shakti aa jani ya kramata da dhani ban jana hor gal hai, prantu hukum man ke rehna, hukum nu pshanana vadhi gal hai" Matlab rab di raza vich rehna chahida hai, usde shreek nahi banana chahida.

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reading the full gurdev mata gurdev pita salok in bavaan akhree before and after any gurbani read gives you extra spiritual benefit - Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj

anyone who eats parshad 40 days before death doesn't go to hell - Sant Baba Isher Singh Ji

Guru Sahib Ji themselves pull you out of hell if you die with kes and end up in narak - ""

when doing ardaas all 10 guru sahibs are present and anything you ask will get so be extremely careful for what you say because if you ask for something it will come but just maybe not in this life so if you ask for money make sure you ask for Guru Sahib Ji to bless you with humility with it as well and ability to give dasvandh - Granths 

if you spend 6 minutes with a mahapurash and engage in conversation with them you go straight to sachkhand jamdhoots cannot touch you - Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj

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Sant Kartar Singh ji's Words of Wisdom

1. Do Ishnaan in the morning, do Paath and Darshan of Siri Guru Granth Sahib jee.
2. Before sleeping at night, ponder upon your deeds and actions done during the day. Regret your bad actions and resolve to be careful in the future. Do good Karams (actions) and avoid sinful actions.
3. Do not refuse orders of your parents and serve them like Sarvan (an historical character who was very dedicated to serving his parents. He was killed accidently by Raja Dashrath the father of Raam Chander).
4. Respect your elders.
5. Love Sant-Bhagats and bow before them with folded hands.
6. Adopt virtues like patience, morality, contentedness, peace, mercy, helping others because with the help of these virtues, you can swim across this world ocean.
7. Avoid deceiving others, stealing, inappropriate friendship with girls (yaari) and gambling. They give you bad reputation.
8. Deception, mockery, lying, slandering, pride and stealing are evil (so avoid them).
9. Mocking and unnecessary joking or teasing should be avoided. Look, Dropadi had teased her Devar (brother-in-law – Duryodhan) and see how she suffered in the royal court (when she was almost stripped of her clothes). Sambha had teased Rishi Durbasha and caused the elimination of his whole Yaadav clan.
10. If you get angry, still maintain peace of mind because anger is a treasure of quarrel. If someone says a rough word to you, respond back in humility.
11. Talk sweetly and this way get Asees (boons) from everyone.
12. Don't do company of a stupid or deceitful person and always avoid sinful Karma.
13. Don't back off after doing Bachan (giving word) and keep your mind and dealings clean.
14. Don't fight with anyone at all and even love a bad person.
15. The more wealth you get, more you should strive to be a better person; don't let pride come in you, with increased wealth. He (Vaheguru) who gives also takes it away; everything is in His hands.
16. Why should enmity and opposition be done when it is a fact that the stay in this world is temporary.
17. You came empty handed in this world and will leave empty handed. So never become a miser (penny pincher) because cursed is the life of a wretched miser
18. I am thankful to such people who help the poor and the needy.
19. Serve the Sadh-Sangat (holy congregation) with food, water and as many other ways as possible.
20. One who shares the God-given gifts with others, remains happy and comfortable. This way by doing charity and helping others, collect the wealth that will help you in the next world. Good and pious actions will be your friends in the next world.
21. Don't do slandering and backbiting against anyone. Whoever follows this teaching will get divine protection of Kartar Vaheguru and one who slanders the Bhagats will drown in this world ocean.
22. Whatever you get as per your destiny, stay happy within that.
23. Don't look at women with a coveted or lustful eye and read Siri Asa kee Vaar (it seems that Sant jee is implying that reading Siri Asa kee Vaar helps against lust). Keep your glance pure and consider someone else's woman as your mother.
24. Spend your life without making proud claims because this world is temporary.
25. Eat less, sleep less, speak sweet and be honest.
26. Don't eat food at all while walking or moving around and eat food slowly with patience.
27. Talk only as much as you know and don't talk uselessly.
28. Say only which is correct and think before talking.
29. Don't interrupt others when they are talking and don't hurt anyone's feelings.
30. Don't laugh at your own talk and don't say the same thing again and again. One who does not consider the above points related to talk is the king of fools i.e. a great fool.
31. Don't tell someone's secret to others. It is very bad to reveal someone's secret.
32. Don't praise yourself and always respect others.
33. Hesitate a bit when raising unnecessary questions and share sorrows of the suffering people.
34. Don't imitate others rather do your own thing i.e. be yourself.
35. Ignore the shortcomings of others and look for your own shortcomings.
36. Always be fearful of sinning and remember that Vaheguru is witnessing all your actions. He knows even your most secret actions and He knows everything about the whole world.
37. As much as possible do good to others and never even think of harming others.
38. Whatever happens, stay happy; don't spend your life worrying.
39. Such merchants who keep their dealings clean, never see loss.
40. Keep your mind in remembrance of Parmatma Vaheguru even while you do all your worldly tasks.
41. Never forget Vaheguru Naam, which is the creator of everything.
42. The body of the 5 elements will die one day but the Atma is indestructible.
43. Consider everyone as your own form and for this reason think good for everyone.
44. I have said many Bachans of Guru to you, at least adopt some of them. Whoever will heed to these Bachans will get a glimpse (Darshan) of Vaheguru.

Taken from:

http://www.gurmatbibek.com/contents.php?id=6105 translated by Bhai Kulbir Singh ji

Sangat ji, keep on posting these Anmol Bachans, I love this thread lol.

ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖਾਲਸਾ ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫਤਿਹ

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