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Hukumnama :Significance for Sikhs

Discussion in 'New to Sikhism' started by Joginder Singh Foley, Apr 8, 2008.

  1. Joginder Singh Foley

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    First i do after bani or when i get to work is check the daily hukamnama, read it, and then think about it and what each hukam can offer me, Sometimes it is a beautiful thing to read, other times there is guidence and insparation, But allways make me think of VAHEGURU. The time spent with the daily hukamnama is always time well spent as far as this SIKH is concerned


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    Handling sacred texts

    Sat Nam!
    I have Sacred Nitnem and have ordered a copy of SGGS. Then I panicked. How am I going to handle SGGS??? I know Nitnem can have a cover, but SGGS is always under paalki and rumala.

    I take Amrit this week and I am trying to follow as best I can without being too literal and rigid in the rules. (What attracted me to Sikhi in the first place)---but I want to give these texts the best respect I can. I live in a tiny apartment right now and have no "separate room" as prescribed and I definitely do not have a paalki.

    Anyone in this situation your advice would be very appreciated.

    WJKK! WJKF!
     

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