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I am really scared of death, how do I get rid of that fear? I feel like life is just going so fast and I am justing getting worried and am staring to panic 

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On ‎11‎/‎01‎/‎2017 at 6:59 AM, Guest gut said:

I am really scared of death, how do I get rid of that fear? I feel like life is just going so fast and I am justing getting worried and am staring to panic 

jis marne te jag dare mere man anand marne te hi paiya puran param anand.

life is but a dream; death is reality. If u r scared of going to hell keep on reading. Guru gobind Singh ji said that if a Sikh that doesn't cut his/her hair ends up in hell he will be rescued by me.

If your amritdhari u have nothing to fear.

one thing u shud do is sing praises of the almighty and sing his name as much as u can (while u eat, walk, sit, etc.). The last thought u have before death decides everything! If ur life is not uchi suchi do ardas to waheguru to make ur life uchi suchi (a good gursikh jeevan). Waheguru is the doer he is the one that acts through everyone, everything that happens is within his hukam. His hukam is ALWAYS perfect. Everything he does is really great (words fail to describe it). So death is his hukam as well. Tera kiya mitha laage.

remember death and sing his praises day and night. Hao kurbanai jao tina ke lain jo tera nao.

hope this helps :)

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There are certain moments when we suddenly become aware of our weaknesses and limits.

Raj na koi jiveya... no one has lived life to the fullest. 

Even st the ripe age of 120+ years... no one will want to leave this world. That is why dharam raaj and his dhoot have a very hard job to perform.  

First they have to force the life out of someone by causing some massive organ failure. Then they have to deal with the soul which simply refuses to obey and still believes it is attached to the body.  

However Kabir ji has glorified death for whose who have passed their days in naam simran. Marne hi te paiye puran parmanand. It is only after death that we can become one with God. Thr death of the ego. We have to forget ourselves and perform seva like how bhilni tasted each fruit for Sri Raam Ji without realising she is making it jhutha. 

Gurbani gives us various examples of ehat our love for God should be like. A fish/ rainbird longing for water/rain. Chakvi longing for sunshine. 

This is the love which makes people seem insane to the world.  True bhagats of God cannot be understood by man. Kabir ji had to admit to people that he is baurha. No one understood what Jesus was talking about about hence no one stood by him in his crucifixion time. 

If we want to forget all about dwath then this love has to take us over so that all we can still see is God the divine everywhere. Guru Arjun Dev ji on the hot tavi, Guru Tegh Bahadhur ji parting with his sis, chaar sahibzadhe, Baba Deep Singh Ji... all unafraid of death but ready to stand by truth... which is God. Adh sach jugadh sach hai bhi sach Nanak ho si bhi sach.

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On 10/1/2017 at 7:59 PM, Guest gut said:

I am really scared of death, how do I get rid of that fear? I feel like life is just going so fast and I am justing getting worried and am staring to panic 

Guest Jee,

Guru Sahiban beautifully gives us the answer to this your query in simple words:

ਪ੍ਰਭ ਕੈ ਸਿਮਰਨਿ ਦੂਖੁ ਜਮੁ ਨਸੈ

Prabh Kai Simaran Dhookh Jam Nasai

प्रभ कै सिमरनि दूखु जमु नसै

Remembering God, the pain of death is dispelled.

 

Moreover, Guru Sahiban goes one step forward, and guarantees us that:

ਪ੍ਰਭ ਕੈ ਸਿਮਰਨਿ ਕਾਲੁ ਪਰਹਰੈ

Prabh Kai Simaran Kaal Pareharai

प्रभ कै सिमरनि कालु परहरै

Remembering God, death is eliminated.

 

*So, you too, if you want to get liberated from that fear, take shelter in Guru Sahiban, by following their instructions, of the only solution to all maladies:  Prabh Ka Simran.

 

Sat Sree Akal.

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