Kind of. You get that a lot with people who work in the NHS, like nurses.
When see or hear about problems all the time, you see too much of it and it get too much of it that you get tired of it and you adapt to it by becoming detached.
It's like a survival mechanism.
I think with lockdown over last 6 months with your family it has become more tense.
What you need more probably is a holiday and a change of scenery.
If someone is Amritdhari but did not do much simran or did not have humiity or something like that,he gets born as a human being again into an amritdhari family.But it's best to just be rehatvaan in this life so that we can get mukti and just not come back.Unless if Guru Sahib sends us from Sachkhand again to bring order and justice
Bhul Chuk Maf 😀🙏
I can't believe they had Guru Nanak Dev jis painting hanging above their heads while they were committing among the worst of sins right under it.
I find that the most shocking part, but I guess those people just don't see it like that.
These people then do sewa at nagar kirtans and wash dishes in langar halls.