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Does Ardass come true?

asked 2013-08-29 03:21:34 -0600

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Hello. Things that have happened have seriously put doubts in my head that my ardass might not come true. I don't want this doubt in my head. Right not I'm emotionless. I don't feel like crying or smiling. I do believe that ardass does come true to people who do it and a Sikh's ardass never goes to vain. But my mind is in so much doubt. I don't want to be in doubt. I feel as if God is angry with me. I believe in God so much. I don't know what to do. I feel so sad. Everyday I get more bad news and I fall even further. I just want it all to be over.

please help.

Thankyou

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answered 2013-08-29 05:05:57 -0600

ujwala gravatar image

hey, I can understand your situation. Nothing is wrong. Its just that you are seeing things coming to you in a negative way. Think positive. Take this as a test by the almighty. Think that he is testing that how much faith do you have in him. Don't get distracted by anything. Gradually, it will be over. And, remember! It will take time. Hope this was helpful!

In Sewa, Mansimran Kaur

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answered 2013-08-29 21:05:26 -0600

WarriorsWill gravatar image

Dear Anonymous,

Everyone goes through situations in life where doubt rises in the mind and prevents one’s mind from focusing on god purely. Guru ji is never angry with his children, he's all love :), having firm faith in Guru ji doesn't mean just to have faith in good times, it also means in the hard times. As long as your ardas is with full devotion, love and faith in Guru Ji, you won't be disappointed. Consider it like a test of faith or obstacle in life in which you must overcome with the help, grace and blessing of Guru Ji. You sound very positive in having faith in ardas, so keep doing it, don't let your mind take over and destroy your faith, the mind's habit is to sink in with emotions (i.e sadness) and drag you lower, whereas reciting Gurbani and mediating on God uplifts a person even through hard times. Google "Sikh Sakhi's" and read about all the tough times the Guru's went through and the beloved Sikh's, regardless of the harsh situation they never lost faith in Guru Ji, they accepted the situation as Guru Ji's will and as a gift. Remember, as you think, so you become, develop strong will power to face your hardship, as Guru Ji for the strength. Listen and Recite Chaupai Sahib (Google search or on Youtube), each time you recite it, you'll be requesting personal protection from Guru Ji, listen and try to understand it’s meaning, it will really help. Listen to it and recite it whenever you feel sad or discouraged. No matter how many times you fall, keep getting back up, the more faith and devotion you have in Guru Ji, the easier it will be to get back up as he will lift you himself. :) Please forgive me if I've said anything wrong or disheartening.

Yours faithfully,

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh.

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