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  1. Husband to wife :- Today is a fine day Next day he says :- Today is a fine day Again next day, he says same thing - Today is a fine day Finally after a week, the wife can’t take it and asks her husband :- Since last one week, you are saying this ‘today is a fine day’. I am fed up. What’s the matter? Husband :- Last week when we had an argument, you said, “I will leave you one fine day”.
  2. Everyday a Mom drops her 7yr old son to school . . . One day Mom was busy so Dad took the boy.... Later Mom asked, 'How was drive with Dad?' Son : It was very strange !!! In the entire drive we did not see a single..... Idiot, Andha, Behra, Gadha Nonsense, Ullu ka Patha We Just Saw : Wow Beautiful Oye Hoye Marr Javan ...!!
  3. "Talk doesn't cook rice."
    - Chinese proverb

  4. "To forgive is to set a prisoner free and realize that prisoner was you."

    - Lewis B. Smedes

  5. "The poor man is not he who is without a cent, but he who is without a dream."

    - Harry Kemp

  6. SSA Brother, you may upload and download any videos you like and feel like sharing with the sangat here. Thanks.
  7. True devotion or bhakti, has to take you there where Truth is.

    And as we all know, the Truth which Gurbani talks about is within  us, within our body, His Harmandir.

    If not there, then it should at least take us to stay as kookars at His Door.

    If not there, then at least at the path which will one day take us within for sure...

    If it does not take us there even, then leave that devotion, for it will take us nowhere, because that so called devotion time spent, keeps our attention, our dhyan outside, there where He is not;  for He is only to be found within.

    So do only that devotion which takes your attention within, and that devotion, is none other than His simran

    Sat Sree Akal.

  8. What does the word Ram refers to in Guru Granth Sahib?? My 2 cents for the answer of the topic of this thread about what does SGGS refers to the word Ram....... is that, obviously it does not refer to Sree Ram, the son of king Dashrat, and incarnation of Sree Vishnu Jee. But it definetely refers to the quality of that Supreme Truth, namely Waheguru Akal Purukh / Satnam /Nam/Shabad, which permeates each and every atom of the creation. Rameeyaa hua, which means, the one that permeates everything everywhere, in that sense, it is Waheguru alone who since Aad Jugaad, permeates throughout all the Brahm and the Parbrahm creation. SSA.
  9. SSA. The biggest cure for all our maladies, is Wahiguru´s sacred Name. For all maladies can only take place, if only we are still stuck in the cycle of births and deaths. And births and deaths take place, because of the mind. So, if the mind is wiped, there is no birth or death, thus no illness or any pain or sorrow. In that respect, SSGS tells us: Prabh ka Simran man kee mael jaaeh. Prabh ka simran, garb na baseh. The first benefit obtained by His simran is that, our mind is cleansed from all the karmic impurities since we left our Father Waheguru´s abode; and consecuently, the second benefit we get is that, we are not born from a mother´s womb anymore, we are freed from birth and deaths anymore. So sangat jee, the Shabad Gurbani of His Name, is the very Amrit/Nectar, if we intake through bhakti, is that what makes us immortal, by merging our true identity as souls,in Him, Paree Puran Parmatma, Waheguru Akal Purukh. Stay blessed.
  10. Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji and the Brahman While Guru Ji was at Panjokhara and mediating on God, a Sikh came and told him of a proud Brahman who was in the neighbourhood. The Brahman had asked the Guru’s name and learned that it was Satguru Sri Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji. Hearing this the Brahman became very angry and said, ‘The poet of the Bhagavat Gita, whom no one can equal, called God merely Krishan, and the Guru calls himself Sri Har Krishan, as if he thinks himself superior to Krishan. If he be such a Guru let him come and translate the Gita with me’. Guru Ji replied to this Sikh, ‘ The eyes of understanding are very good, but the cataract of pride so blindeth them that they cannot see God’s way. The proud think all persons beneath them.’ The Sikh however, prevailed on the Guru to allow the Brahman to come to him. When the Brahman came he did not salute the Guru, but unceremoniously sat down in his presence. He then said, ‘Thou who call thyself Sri Har Krishan, must be greater than the God Krishan. Translate the Gita for a little while with me’. Guru Ji replied, ‘The Brahmans of the present day are not deeply read. They are great talkers and arguers, and are deteriorating everyday; and in the future they will have even less religion that they have now. What the Brahmans know is not real knowledge, and they are strangers to God. I have not read the Gita, and were I to translate it with you, you would say that I was some rich man’s son who had a private tutor, whereas I should translate by my spiritual power. Go and bring some ignorant rustic to discuss with you and when you have brought him, I will speak to you.’ The Brahman went and brought an ignorant water carrier called Chhajju from the nearest village. The Guru looked at him full in face and said, ‘Thou hast become a great divinity scholar. Now discuss the meaning of the Shastars with this Brahman’. The Brahman and the water carrier began to discuss accordingly, and the water carrier gave such learned replies, that the Brahman stood in astonished silence. The questions and replies related to Hindu theology. The pandit became convinced that Guru Ji had infused his supernatural power into the water carrier. He accordingly begged Guru Ji’s pardon for the unceremonious manner in which he had approached him. The Brahman added, ‘Thou art really the holy God, Krishan. Make me thy disciple’. Dhan Dhan Satguru Sri Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji Maharaj, the King of Kings, the Saint of Saints and the Healer of all.
  11. Dhan Guru Gobind Singh Ji Once, a Sikh made a request before the Guru Ji, "O true King! I am grieved by the world. Eliminate the pain of birth and death. Save me from sins. I am in your protection. I am illiterate". Guru Ji said, "Brother Sikh! You are blessed that you became detached (from the world). An fool cannot get sense without education. One should get education. An uneducated person cannot understand anything. The God meets him, whose pronunciation of 'Bani' is perfect. Brother! Do study. Guru Ji asked the 'Granthi' to teach that Sikh with love. The 'Granthi' started to teach him. While teaching, he taught him this line of Anand Sahib prayer, "Anand bhya meree maaye, Satguroo main paaya." (The heavenly pleasure occurred, O my mother, for I have found my True Guru). The Sikh recited this line with love and went reciting it. Sometimes, he would eat from 'langar' (the community kitchen). His faith increased reciting this line. After six months, Guru Ji asked the Granthi, "Did he learn?" He replied, "He did not return after learning one line." Guru Ji called for that Sikh and asked, "You were sent to learn." He replied with folded hands, "Guru Ji! One line is enough. When the True Guru has been found, 'Anand' is gotten. (Without getting the 'Anand') more reciting is the act of 'Bemukhs'." Guru Ji smiled and said, "You are 'nihaal' (bliss). Your cycle of birth and death has been curtailed.
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