Ouka Posted January 22, 2013 Report Share Posted January 22, 2013 Sat Naam First, thanks for your help, I found the sikhs of France on FB and they replied to me. I also found some french writings on internet, abour Sri Granth Sahib, so I started my studies. And i will never study as an intellectual, just with my mental. I will always related the words to the experiences, believe me ! So, actually, I need to come back about the post called "Yhe unknown bridge" I wrote a first post, and have been asked to share more. I did. Since then, the silence seems the answer to it. That is very hard for me and I observe myself going through my own Nirbhau and Nirvair. If I talked here, about my truth, it is only because I am motivated by "Akaal Moorat". And the Sri Granth Sahib says that this state, Akaal Moorat, can be reached only by the passage that leads us beyond nirvhau and nirvair. Is there another way then going through my fear and anger to get to Akaal Moorat ? I don't think so. How can we be led beyond something we would ignore, we would deny ? How to be led beyond something that doesn't exist ? What makes something real ? To acknowledge it. That is why I talk about it, even if it is horrible, unpleasant, disturbing. I acknowledge that happened to me, and my whole family still deny it. I talk about it, and people turn their head away from this truth. I feel like if I had aids. If I decided to talk about it here, it is because I felt that sikhs can stand this truth. It was my intuition. I trusted my intuition and wrote. And my fear is real, and anger can still come up within me, because of fear. I finally wrote : it is very demanding to me to tell this truth here, to people I don't know. And if it works out, if then nobody reject me, if people talk to me in return, and reach me, help me, rather than turn their head in the other side, if this time people open up to me, rather than ignore me, so I will probably heal. 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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