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why would cutting/not cutting hair matter?

asked 2017-05-30 23:15:42 -0500

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updated 2017-06-10 14:10:29 -0500

A person who doesn't cut his hair but do bad stuff. And a person who cuts his hair but is a really good person... Karma is all that is..why would cutting hair etc. matter..? I wanna cut my hair so bad but my family is so religious... And honestly I think that cutting hair would increase my self confidence... IDK every single day I think about that...(One part of me is like i should cut my hair,yolo, I would look great...the other part of me is no think about guru,religion,sacrifices etc.)

WHY IS Hair SUCH A BIG DEAL IN OUR RELIGION..? ONLY KARMA SHOULD MATTER

bhul chuk maaf!

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answered 2017-06-01 13:46:48 -0500

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I disagree with karma should only matter, we're not here to just earn good karma but to merger with Waheguru. Don't look at how other people behave, first look inside yourself. I used to be mona and live in London, I decided to grow my hair when I started university. Now I'm working and really love wearing my turban, I feel wearing a turban adds so much more self-confidence, because I stand out and people remember me easier due to that.

Don't forget as sons and daughters of Guru Gobind Singh ji we're meant to stand out.

Bul chuk maf

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answered 2017-06-01 17:29:59 -0500

Guruka Singh gravatar image

So your goal is to "look great?" Really? According to what? Bollywood? Music vids? Billboard ads? What's your standard for "looking great?" The bottom line is about where your values lie. If you want to please others or "look good" to others, then you will never be happy. Happiness lies deeper than that. It lies in being true to yourself on the deepest level of calibre and values.

So please ask yourself, "what is it that I value deeply in life?" and check this out while you're at it: "Human Hair - A Biological Necessity" by Dr. Birendra Kaur.

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