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6 hours ago, puzzled said:

No one is probably gnna answer this lol 

But do you live up to your name? 

If you have a Sikh/Punjabi name then it has a deep spiritual meaning behind it, have you lived up to yours?

I certainly haven't !  My name is a half Sanskrit and half Punjabi, I won't give the exact meaning but another meaning can be one who has conquered their desires. 

One should try to live up to their name, after all it was Guru Sahib that chose your name/the first letter. 

It should inspire you. 

Well. I've not been blessed with a Gursikh name but for me to live up to my name itd have to be Wretched <banned word filter activated> of Good Intentions in english would be weird at the dmv. 

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12 hours ago, puzzled said:

No one is probably gnna answer this lol 

But do you live up to your name? 

If you have a Sikh/Punjabi name then it has a deep spiritual meaning behind it, have you lived up to yours?

I certainly haven't !  My name is a half Sanskrit and half Punjabi, I won't give the exact meaning but another meaning can be one who has conquered their desires. 

One should try to live up to their name, after all it was Guru Sahib that chose your name/the first letter. 

It should inspire you. 

As long as you don't get attached to the name and meaning 

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32 minutes ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Well. I've not been blessed with a Gursikh name but for me to live up to my name itd have to be Wretched <banned word filter activated> of Good Intentions in english would be weird at the dmv. 

I thought your name was Gurjant 

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On 1/4/2021 at 2:56 AM, puzzled said:

No one is probably gnna answer this lol 

But do you live up to your name? 

If you have a Sikh/Punjabi name then it has a deep spiritual meaning behind it, have you lived up to yours?

I certainly haven't !  My name is a half Sanskrit and half Punjabi, I won't give the exact meaning but another meaning can be one who has conquered their desires. 

One should try to live up to their name, after all it was Guru Sahib that chose your name/the first letter. 

It should inspire you. 

Lol.

My name  is in full Punjabi but i have not lived up to my name yet, cause im still in school ?

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On 1/11/2021 at 10:44 AM, Shaheed4life said:

Lol.

My name  is in full Punjabi but i have not lived up to my name yet, cause im still in school ?

I just read this. Basically I want to give you a hug, this is so cute! ???

I / we all forget you are young because you speak wise words

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