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1 hour ago, Shaheed4life said:

Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh

Bhenji, don't worry just have patience.Amrit is such a beautiful daat that it makes us thirst for it.Tying a dastaar comes with time.Just stay in Chardikala and continue doing your nitnem.It really helps.Simran as well.Simran gives alot of  Anand. Maharaj is all-knowing.He knows that you want Amrit Daat.He will give it when He feels right.After all Maharaj Ji is our Guru Pita.Our Father knows when is best.Just continue having faith.

Bhul Chuk Maf ?

Reading pyaar bhariya messages made me in tears. Maharaj kirpa karan & thank you so much for the reply. I always believe that whatever the sangat replies, that is what guru maharaj is trying to say. Dhanwaad apaar jio

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Hi

 

Reading what you have said about waiting for Amrit, makes me wonder...

I had my Amrit booked many years ago, I was also very thirsty and a Sant I won’t name now said I should take it. On the day of when it was planned they rang me to ask if I was coming. I said no and didn’t go and then after that my sikhi dwindled.
 

I always wonder if I missed it and did a terrible thing or was it that it wasn’t meant to be? Over 10 years later I haven’t taken it but I feel my faith is stronger than then. I was very young then and new to sikhi, now I’ve gone through more of life like marrying and having children and I’ve made sikhi a part of my life and my kids, so was it meant to be like this? One day with Waheguru kirpa I hope to take it.

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On 1/12/2021 at 6:40 AM, Guest GKK said:

Hi

 

Reading what you have said about waiting for Amrit, makes me wonder...

I had my Amrit booked many years ago, I was also very thirsty and a Sant I won’t name now said I should take it. On the day of when it was planned they rang me to ask if I was coming. I said no and didn’t go and then after that my sikhi dwindled.
 

I always wonder if I missed it and did a terrible thing or was it that it wasn’t meant to be? Over 10 years later I haven’t taken it but I feel my faith is stronger than then. I was very young then and new to sikhi, now I’ve gone through more of life like marrying and having children and I’ve made sikhi a part of my life and my kids, so was it meant to be like this? One day with Waheguru kirpa I hope to take it.

Hanji I have come through this in my life too. One day a blessed bhai sahib ji in a sikhi camp wanted to tie a dastaar on me, and everyday he saw me, bhai sahib ji would pull me to follow him to tie a dastaar on me. At that moment, 2 years back i didn't knew how much I would want a dastaar on my head now. I refused alot. I feel really bad tho. But, here I am 2 years later struggling to tie a dastaar and hoping maharaj will bless me to have his crown on my head. I think maharaj here is teaching us something. We definitely learnt from mistakes. If I ever had the chance to take amrit, I really would. I am in tears imagining the day when I take amrit. I can't wait! ?❤️

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