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Everyone is hurting for you sister. Reading what you wrote hurt each and every one of us. Don't rely on any Sant. It's possible that through this suffering you have earned more kamaai than many so-called pakhandi babe. The suffering that you are going through ensures that you will be mukht from the cycle and united with God. Please feel free to PM if anything but anything we can do.

I'm so sorry is all I can say and everyone is doing Ardas for you.

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WaheguruJiKaKhalsa!!WaheguruJiKiFateh!!

all is hukam, we cant even move without him hukam. stay happy waheguru da bhana mano . be in chardikala

you can seek this oppurtunity to meditate on waheguru or moolmantar as you wish

start that spiritual journey bhenji
if you want guides we can post u links here

other then this i dont know a way that i would suggest for u to take ur mind off

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Waheguru...

Didn't know your situation but i totally feel for you... we all came alone and we all will leave alone but that all is in hukam of waheguru. Majority of us do face such obstacles in our life and everyone deal in their own way. We should deal all problems and illness with gursikhi jeevan and accepts the will of god. It sounds easy to write but sometime it becomes extremely difficult to accept the hukam of waheguru. If we do follow active khalsa jeevani then only we will have power to accept any kind of hukam from waheguru ji. I know i am not capable of doing that but that is my goal to be a person one day that i will truly practically say, "Whatever you (waheguru) do/decide, it will taste nectar to me."

Only gurbani can help our soul, third person or middle man or any saint/gursikh may exist but they don't have power to do anything unless it is in hukam of waheguru ji. I hope that someone or sangat group from this forum get in contact with you and start to do sangat with you at your place. If we "Sikhsangatees" can help you in anyway then pls do let us know.

Stay in chardikala spirits !

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The hukam of waheguru is what you make it to often its easy to get embroiled in the whole this is whats meant to be but you can actively change that.

I for one do not feel sorry for you, you are powerful beyond measure, you probably dont realise the big impact you have on your family and friends. Even the sangat on here but it sounds like you could do with more chardikala sangat feel free to drop the posters on this site a message if your close to their home towns because end of the day who doesnt want to spend time with their family :)

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You must remember your sole purpose on this earth is to achieve mukti from 84 lakh joon. If you acheive mukti in this lifetime, only then your life is successful. With Guru Ji's blessing hopefully 5 pyare will visit you and you will have khande di pahul and receive the Gurmantar to start your journey to achieve mukti.

I am praying for you...

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