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There is an increase of people having Sheesha and saying but it’s “Tobacco Free, it’s fine I’m just fitting in with my friends” what is your opinion on this?

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19 minutes ago, singhbj singh said:

There is an increase of people having Sheesha and saying but it’s “Tobacco Free, it’s fine I’m just fitting in with my friends” what is your opinion on this?

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Sheesha is not tobacco free and the act of smoking itself is not encouraged for anyone regardless of what it is. 

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41 minutes ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Sheesha is not tobacco free and the act of smoking itself is not encouraged for anyone regardless of what it is. 

any form of drug taking  is deterimental to you , you lose conciousness of the true goal of life . These fools are indicating that they are so weak willed they can be lead around by the nose like sheep by all and sundry 'just to fit in' . My guess these are urbanites who also happen do fasts for ramadan, matha tek in hindu temples because all religions are the same ...

Why would anyone sane spoil their health , their reputations , sitting in a shisha bar giving their money away to musley/hindus who are busy laughing all the while because are stealing our children's future happiness away by targetting our girls whilst attacking and undermining our boys sikhi?

They need a tight slap to get their heads right

HOOKAH is one of the 4 bajjar kurehits ,

HARAM is sangh of par istri /mard , also taking of another's rights

HAJAMAT is Removal of body hair

HALAL is eating rituallly killed meat  but also enslavement of captives, child/multiple  marriage etc

People need to study and think on Guru ji's hukams and realise that if they love those four habit so much they have ZERO rights pretending to be a sikh

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1 hour ago, jkvlondon said:

any form of drug taking  is deterimental to you , you lose conciousness of the true goal of life . These fools are indicating that they are so weak willed they can be lead around by the nose like sheep by all and sundry 'just to fit in' . My guess these are urbanites who also happen do fasts for ramadan, matha tek in hindu temples because all religions are the same ...

Why would anyone sane spoil their health , their reputations , sitting in a shisha bar giving their money away to musley/hindus who are busy laughing all the while because are stealing our children's future happiness away by targetting our girls whilst attacking and undermining our boys sikhi?

They need a tight slap to get their heads right

HOOKAH is one of the 4 bajjar kurehits ,

HARAM is sangh of par istri /mard , also taking of another's rights

HAJAMAT is Removal of body hair

HALAL is eating rituallly killed meat  but also enslavement of captives, child/multiple  marriage etc

People need to study and think on Guru ji's hukams and realise that if they love those four habit so much they have ZERO rights pretending to be a sikh

Interesting view, do you have these thoughts taking prescription drugs ? Paracetamol perhaps,  as you in taking of drugs, not having a go but just saying.

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1 hour ago, Redoptics said:

Interesting view, do you have these thoughts taking prescription drugs ? Paracetamol perhaps,  as you in taking of drugs, not having a go but just saying.

wjkk wjkf ji

According to me:- your intention matters too when taking prescription drugs, whether you taking it to get high or utilising it as a medicine in a real need.

for example :- if using a car as a mode of transportation then it is considered ok but using a car to run over someone then it becomes crime. so its just your intentions what you want to do.

we are old and smart enough to tell the difference.

hope it make sense.

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8 minutes ago, indersingh1313 said:

wjkk wjkf ji

According to me:- your intention matters too when taking prescription drugs, whether you taking it to get high or utilising it as a medicine in a real need.

for example :- if using a car as a mode of transportation then it is considered ok but using a car to run over someone then it becomes crime. so its just your intentions what you want to do.

we are old and smart enough to tell the difference.

hope it make sense.

I'm not stupid,  I was just making a point

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36 minutes ago, Redoptics said:

I'm not stupid,  I was just making a point

I understand that but I am sorry if you found my comment rude.

I had no intentions to make you upset mate! :0

 

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9 minutes ago, indersingh1313 said:

I understand that but I am sorry if you found my comment rude.

I had no intentions to make you upset mate! :0

 

Not upset lol and you didn't come across rude either, people take words so differently to how you actually want to say them lol 

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5 minutes ago, Redoptics said:

Not upset lol and you didn't come across rude either, people take words so differently to how you actually want to say them lol 

agree!

thank you

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2 hours ago, Redoptics said:

Interesting view, do you have these thoughts taking prescription drugs ? Paracetamol perhaps,  as you in taking of drugs, not having a go but just saying.

If it induces dependency then maybe you need to evaluate whether you are in charge or it like people who are addicted to painkillers , it's a major issue, paracetemol is dangerous to liver health

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23 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

any form of drug taking  is deterimental to you , you lose conciousness of the true goal of life . These fools are indicating that they are so weak willed they can be lead around by the nose like sheep by all and sundry 'just to fit in' . My guess these are urbanites who also happen do fasts for ramadan, matha tek in hindu temples because all religions are the same ...

Why would anyone sane spoil their health , their reputations , sitting in a shisha bar giving their money away to musley/hindus who are busy laughing all the while because are stealing our children's future happiness away by targetting our girls whilst attacking and undermining our boys sikhi?

They need a tight slap to get their heads right

HOOKAH is one of the 4 bajjar kurehits ,

HARAM is sangh of par istri /mard , also taking of another's rights

HAJAMAT is Removal of body hair

HALAL is eating rituallly killed meat  but also enslavement of captives, child/multiple  marriage etc

People need to study and think on Guru ji's hukams and realise that if they love those four habit so much they have ZERO rights pretending to be a sikh

Well said. Couldn't agree more. I feel sorry to say that this sheesha trend is increasing in delhi rapidly. Some of my sikh friends have started this sheesha and alcohol stuff(especially in rajouri garden area) and they called me a weirdo and uncool for not doing these things. Doing bajjar kuŕehits is "cool" for these type of punjabis. Very sad and shameful. These people don't derserve singh and kaur in their names! 

And the worst part, parents are fine by this.

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Sheesha bars are quite popular in cities in India especially among the youth. 

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Growing up, smoking was considered one the most disgusting things a Sikh could do, far worse than drinking. It was seen as something strictly only done by muslims and hindus. Only the most ghatia Sikhs would smoke.

Sadly it seems to be more accepted in our society nowadays.

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