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Summary of Question:Guilty
Date Posted:Sunday, 6/28/2009 10:57 AM MDT

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki FAteh jio

I'm very thankful to Waheguru Ji and yourself for setting up such a forum because us as youth can ask any questions that we may not be able to ask our parents.
I would be very thankful if you could help me with this issue and I am sorry for taking you precious time but I am very lost and feel guilty.

I feel like crying and i'm not sure who to turn to...
I was in love with someone who lives in India, we have never met. We only spoke through the phone and online. Our relationship was growing overtime and in that time things happened that should not have. Things that only happen in a huband and wife's relationship.

Few months back our relation was ended and recently we have got back in touch again but he is not interested in our relationship working out again.

I, however, feel very guilty for what happened and I don't know how I will be forgiven.
Could you please guide me...I am very grateful to you and I don't how to thank you....and forgive me as I know I don't even deserve to be forgiven for what I've done.
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa WAheguru Ji Ki Fateh Ji
You have nothing to feel guilty about. You have done nothing wrong. Your mind is overactive. However you are feeling pain and disappointment from the rejection.

So, recite "Mera Man Loche Gur Darshan Taa-ee.............." shabd of Guru ARjan Dev ji in Shabd Hazaaray daily. Understand its meaning and direct your love and longing to Guru Ram Das who will heal you. SK

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