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How to escape "friends"?

asked 2014-10-27 15:01:57 -0600

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Almost all of my friends joke about sex and sexuality and drugs (they don't do them - but joke about cocaine and heroin) and laugh about jews for some odd reason. How do I escape this whilst being peaceful and kind? I cannot just ignore them, as many are clingy. I was like this but when I found Sikhi I abandoned this. How can I escape "friends"?

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answered 2014-11-06 20:59:18 -0600

manpreetsikhnet gravatar image

Ideally you should try to talk them out of this. If this is not possible, wear headphones and listen to gurbani when they are around. If this is also not possible, listen a shabad you like the most 3-4 times and keep humming it when they are around. It is actually possible totally ignore what others are saying when you are humming! If all else fails, leave they company at the earliest. Good luck!

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answered 2015-05-01 04:35:10 -0600

vicky gravatar image

Don't make fun of ur self while doing dat just change ur friend circle any ways in the end of the day u have to decide which thoughts u have to keep but make sure ur praying everyday coz it's keeps ur mind healthy and u can judge what is wrong what is right

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Basically we are human beings we noe what is wrong what is right still we want to listen from some1 else if u will personally read ur question u will find the solution

vicky gravatar imagevicky ( 2015-05-01 04:38:06 -0600 )edit

answered 2018-02-02 18:58:47 -0600

amangahunia gravatar image

updated 2018-02-02 19:03:27 -0600

You don't have to escape them, only if they are pressuring you in doing those things too and you are feeling uncomfortable. They are still your friends. You just have to be strong in your values, morals, and belief system. If they are your real friends and love you for the person you are than there is no need to escape. You accept them for who they are. They accept you for who you are. You just have a difference of opinion and that is perfectly fine. Maybe when you have discussions, you see their point of view and they see your point of view on topics. Maybe being around different types of people make you a well rounded individual. Appreciate those people for who they are. They may learn something from you. You may learn something from them. Relationships are a two-way process. In the end, you must compromise to form better relationships if those people mean something to you.

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