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I am CA Final Student. i have given my exam 4 times, even after doing lots of ardaas and doing path, even after giving 100% in studies, i was not able to clear my exam.

Now what should i do?

Should i keep it as Rabb da Bhana and Change my Career or should i keep trying?

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Guru’s blessings I passed University last year. It was not east, I had many failures and had to re-do exams along the way (and pay extra fees to re do exams). You have to stick with it 👊🏼

Be positive, nothing worth having comes easy. Carry on studying and doing simran. Accept that you can’t pass by your own will, God will give you the strength to pass.

Just to share a story from Giani Thakur Singh Ji’s katha. One girl failed University exam many times, she came and asked Giani Ji what can I do? Giani Ji said do mool mantar + gyaan anjan gur dia agaan anderh binaas, har kirpa te sant bheta Nanak man pargas 125,000 times. She did it and retook exam and passed in 1st division. 

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On 7/21/2018 at 12:54 PM, Guest Gurpreet singh said:

I am CA Final Student. i have given my exam 4 times, even after doing lots of ardaas and doing path, even after giving 100% in studies, i was not able to clear my exam.

Now what should i do?

Should i keep it as Rabb da Bhana and Change my Career or should i keep trying?

Guest Gurpreet Jee,

please take note, that paath, ardaas, or bhakti, are means only for getting nearer to Him, and be worthy to become one with Him, by His apaar kirpa.

Studies, careers, relationships, health, wealth, birth death, are all karmic accounts/settlements of oneself. And as such, whether we like it or not, are our own sown seeds in form of karmas, which shall reap at due time. 

Nobody can add anything for us, which is not in our destiny, neither take away anything from us, which is meant for us.

It is all our own karam.

So do not get confused.  Let this not dishearten you.  His bhakti, is done for Him alone, in order to be one with Him as said before. 

His bhakti, is not a commercial transaction, where one gives something to Him, in order to get something desired by us in exchange.

This is a common human error, and then when things do not work as expected, most blame Him, for their failures, their weaknesses, thier misunderstandings ....

But nevertheless, He is so Dayalu, that He  even accepts, that our petty imperfect bhakti, and even we not realizing it, He blesses us, so that we may have stronger faith and deeper love in Him, at His Lotus Feet.

Take life as it comes, and keep trying your best, that is Rabb da bhaana.

Which means, you accept and have full faith, that your destiny is what you have sown, for Wahiguru is not manipulative, He does not change His own desingned Nature, but if we devote ourselves to Him sincerely, He will definetely support us from within, to remain balanced at all times, that is  His apaar kirpa and beant wadeeayee.

Stay blessed.

Sat Sree Akal.

 

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On 7/21/2018 at 12:54 PM, Guest Gurpreet singh said:

I am CA Final Student. i have given my exam 4 times, even after doing lots of ardaas and doing path, even after giving 100% in studies, i was not able to clear my exam.

Now what should i do?

Should i keep it as Rabb da Bhana and Change my Career or should i keep trying?

Failing your exam for the 4th time seems like a pretty good indication of "bhana"... 

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On 7/21/2018 at 4:54 AM, Guest Gurpreet singh said:

I am CA Final Student. i have given my exam 4 times, even after doing lots of ardaas and doing path, even after giving 100% in studies, i was not able to clear my exam.

Now what should i do?

Should i keep it as Rabb da Bhana and Change my Career or should i keep trying?

Why would it be rabb da bana?  You are giving up and trying to make excuses.  

Take Sikhi as an example.  Do you think every sikh became a Gurmukh on the first or second attempt?  Many times sikhs fail to stay on the path of Gurmat and they keep at it.  These guys advicing you that it is Rabb da bhana should quit trying to be Sikhs as well.  But why don't they apply the same advice to themselves?  

Rabb da bhana is not known or understood by anyone here.  However Gurmat tells us not to give up and keep at it.  

Read Gurbani in the language you can understand with the intent to attach your mind to the Guru.  By reading Gurbani in this way you will be able to increase how much you can remember and allows you to understand concepts quicker.  Sing his praises by reading Gurbani and go wash dishes at the Gurdwara as seva.  Combine seva and simran together and Akal Purakh will give you what you need.

Dedicate a whole day to reading Gurbani and understanding what the Guru is saying.  This will light the spark and carry you forward.

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