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Wanting langar

asked 2013-10-10 00:29:03 -0600

kaurk2012 gravatar image

Hello guys,

Because I work and go to college I don't get to go to guruduwara much . My mom goes more often and I do wish I could go on a regular basis . I love the guruduwara because of the kirtan , seva and I love the langar from there . So every time my mom goes I always tell her to bring me langar is it bad ? She gets mad at me sometimes, but I don't know why it makes me feel so happy that even though I can't go their at-least I can have guru ka langar . Am I being selfish by not going to the guruduwara and wanting langar ?

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answered 2013-10-12 10:56:34 -0600

WarriorsWill gravatar image

Dear Sister,

Not at all, plus you said it makes you feel happy, after-all what food could be better than food that's been blessed by Guru Ji. Try to go to the Gurdwara whenever you can, in the meantime, maybe you can give your mom some of your earnings from work to give to the kitchen of the Guru to help support it.

Regarding being selfish, Guru Ji gives his children lovingly, you can never do anything "enough" to be on par with Guru Ji; therefore, follow your heart on what you feel will alleviate the feeling of "selfishness" in you. You could do some sewa, donate to a charity, recite the Guru's bani etc. The relation is between you and Guru Ji

I apologize if I've said anything wrong.

-Namastwang Akaale, Namastwang Kirpaale!

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