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I am not Sikh but whatever the best things of life are because of waheguru guruji. I am immensely grateful for it. From last few years I am earing hand to mouth it was my mistake as I never understood the importance of saving but now I do.

I want to payback all my debts and start a fresh with my education and my passion to help people specially youth.

Waheguru ji, app ki meher hein issiliye itna hosh baki Hein ke karja chukana chahiye. I need your support for getting enough money for it.

It is ridiculous to ask you money but I am humble human and need it live in the world created by you...

Waheguru ji rehem karo merit madad karo....

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On 19/02/2018 at 10:23 AM, Guest Gayatri said:

I am not Sikh but whatever the best things of life are because of waheguru guruji. I am immensely grateful for it. From last few years I am earing hand to mouth it was my mistake as I never understood the importance of saving but now I do.

I want to payback all my debts and start a fresh with my education and my passion to help people specially youth.

Waheguru ji, app ki meher hein issiliye itna hosh baki Hein ke karja chukana chahiye. I need your support for getting enough money for it.

It is ridiculous to ask you money but I am humble human and need it live in the world created by you...

Waheguru ji rehem karo merit madad karo....

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Gayatri Ji, you mentioned you are not Sikh. What brings such a heavy Sikh influence in your writing and how have you managed to seek help on a Sikh forum, if I may ask Ji? Not that there's anything wrong with that... I'm just interested to know Ji. You may you chose not to answer if you so wish. Maaf karna Ji.

Vaheguru Ji.

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