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House On Fire (Emotional Attachment - Moh)

Once a gursikh was sitting in the forest intoxicated with naam when

suddenly a man from the village came running.

In between deep breaths he said, "A house is on fire."

The naami gursikh said, "Maino kee?" ("Why should I care?").

The man replied, "No, no, you don't understand. Your house is on

fire."

To that the gursikh replied, "Taino kee?" ("Why should *you*

care?").

waheguru waheguru waheguru waheguru waheguru waheguru waheguru

waheguru waheguru....

Moral:

A GurSikh is not attached to his own belongings, wereas a ManMukh is

attached to his own belongings and other peoples!

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