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WJKK WJKF

I am 24 years old I am living with my parents and the parents are not very religious people. I have been wearing all my 5k's for sometime now, but my parents won't let me take amrit, yet I am already wearing all the kakars (including kirpan). I don't want to disrespect my parents but I am not sure what to do... Even if I take the amrit how will they know as I am already wearing my kakars? They said just keep doing what you are doing but don't take amrit... Should I just take amrit as we are having a sanchar in my area soon, or should I wait? I feel like guru ji is holding my hand but my parents want me to break that tie to the guru... Kalyug!

Thank you for any help!

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Vjkk Vjkf Guru Pyareo, why don't your parents let u take it? They are. Who are your parents?? Daso ji, its Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji maharaj amrit ke dhatee, and who's your mother?? Mata Sahib Kaur Ji! If I was u go to the sanchar with a ardaas done before that maharaj I wana take amrit please ang sang sahai ho key kirpa karo maharaj and join the Khalsa Panth! And become Immortal, bro u never know if your gonna die tommoro or after you read this comment. Please become my brother and join the panth of the khalsa where nothing is impossible and your brothers and amazing gursikhs and shaheed singh/singhnia! Vjkk Vjkf Guru pyareo!

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waheguru ji khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh

then don't tell your parents, you are already wearing your kakars, once you have khande bate de pahul they can't do anything. if they are not religious, believe me they never ever will let you to join khalsa panth. Panth needs young singhs, singhignias. i was 17 when i asked my mother to have khande bate di pahul. everyone was ok with the decision, next morning i and my friend were going to take Amirt. i was so happy.next morning i woke up with the heart filled with true happiness but my mom said you are not going, your friend's mother was here she said she had convinced her daughter not do that because we cann't find amritdhari husband for you, so do it after your marriage. so my mom did the same thingh. After three years i got married my parents found mona Sharab drinker husband for me. i could not do anything. all the hopes for joining panth was vanished. later my two children k.g. and grade two asked me to have amirt i said ok my dear go for it. and i also got with them. this time i did not tell my husband. because he already refused me. but the problem was i could not get it alone. i children sat in bus. i parked my vehicle in parking and taking to guru asked guru ji i am alone without my husband people who going for amrit will laugh at me. if some can see me and ask me do you want to go for amrit, then i will go. in few min. a singh came and asked me bhenji tusi naji jana? don't think do much aa jao. then i jumped out of my van did see behind until today, Guru ji with me

good luck

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sorry, for the mistakes in the above post. i meant to say after i did Amrit Paan i didn't see behind because now Guru ji is with me showing me the path where to go, what to do, how to speak how to feel. waheguru is everywhere. people always pull our legs when we do something good, but keep on doing ardass, guru ji will take care the rest. if your doing something good do it even your parents are not allowing, but it is Guru Gobind Singh ji's hukam, who sacrified their four sahibjade, his father and his dear sikhs for us. Nothing is above Guru Gobind singh ji.

Good luck,

waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki Fateh

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WJKK WJKF,

Today with guru's kirpa I received amrit and I truly feel blessed. Thank you k1968 and MrKhalsa007 for all your help. I will tell my parents when I am ready. I think i am going to keep quiet about the issue for a while. I was already wearing my kakars, and now I will stay quiet and keep with my rehat and will tell them when I think it will be right...

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Wheguru ji ka Khalsa Wheguru ji Ki Fateh Khalsa ji,

"En Putran ke sis per vaar dea sut Char, char muie to kia hua jivat kaie hajar"

Eh Shabd putran de dani, Shae-Shensha, Guru Gobind Singh ji ne Damdama Sahib ji vikhe kahe si

aj Khalsa ji tusi Guru ji de una putran vich shamil ho gayo ho. it is all Guru ji's kirpa. now hold guru ji's hand so tighly so no one can come between.

Wheguru ji ka Khalsa

Wheguru ji ke Fateh

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