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you know theres an UNCLE MAL in every gurdwara who can turn any conversation into a panga ! hehheheh

many people come into sihki slowly... we usually say to them cut down slowly, bit by bit.. sehajey sehajey

we sometimes deal with alcoholics and drug addicts and we say cut it down slowly slowly if they can't stop it straight away.

until it disapears.... n30_singh was saying this exact same thing....

people new to sikhi first need to learn what it is thet they are sacrificing these things for - once this love is found within then the person will give his head - let alone alcohol.....

take one step towards the guru and he will take 1000 towards you....

Hey that is a bit rude (uncle mal), is this how you respect your elders in your gurdwara, this has been a good debate, there has been no insults etc, how can you call it a panga, thought this was a forum for debating, exchanging info etc it would be very boring if we all agreed with each other dont you think ?

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Just wanted to clarify. Basic of sikhi bhaaji is amazing job. I have nothing praises for him, bhai sukha singh and nirvair khalsa jatha..!! Awesome work guys..!! Finally parchariks who have best of both worlds..!!

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you know theres an <edited> in every gurdwara who can turn any conversation into a panga ! hehheheh

If you cannot discuss or debate with someone in a civilized manner, its better to stay silent rather than throwing taunts at the other person.

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