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Committing sin and not feeling regretful

asked 2013-09-22 14:00:25 -0500

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I used to commit sin before and followed by vices, sexual desire, anger and etc. I always used to feel gulity and regretful afterwards. And I used to pray alot for forgivness and guidande. Sometimes I even used to punish myslef. But I couldnt make a change and kept on commiting sin. until now i reached a point where i stopped feeling regretful and guilty. What happend? Is it good or bad? And what should I do now? Im trying to change my behaviour. And i want to follow the right path. It feels like that I have let down God so much that He no longer cares. Please help me realize what happend and what I should do.

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answered 2013-09-25 09:58:25 -0500

kanwaljit.singh gravatar image

You feel your life hasn't taken a turn by that one sin, or countless sins. You forget how each action affects your future. The vices blind you. There is no guilt and regret. You want to follow the right path but you don't follow it. The heart doesn't feel it is right. It will all go away in the end. What will be with you? The regret? Or the happiness?

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answered 2013-09-25 10:53:34 -0500

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updated 2014-10-11 12:03:50 -0500

Listen too this story.

Gold and The Injured Foot - Sikhi Audio Story

My guess is that your answer lies here.

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answered 2013-09-27 13:24:44 -0500

Lo K. B. gravatar image

Sat Nam,

Don't feel hopeless. Don't feel you've let down God. Every breath is a new opportunity to change, which He has given to you with love. Know that change is in your future, visualize it, and then make it happen. I do not know what your situation is, but know that in anything, there lies a solution. Bow your head to the Guru, and give him your pain and the "sins" you've committed, and pray from the depths of your heart for a solution. Your anger, lack of guilt or trust will not bother Him. Tell Him, "I do not want it anymore. You may have my pain, Guru ji." Put it in His hands and start to work on yourself, no matter how small the changes are, and ask for help whenever you need it. Don't be afraid to improve your life. Run every day, throw stuff away, write your thoughts down and then tear up the paper, change your diet as you see accordingly. Remember: When you take a step towards Guru, the Guru takes 10000 steps towards you.

May God and Guru bless you infinitely, and may you realize your Divine Self.

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