Self-Love and Ram-ness

Have you ever caught lamenting your self? "I shouldn't have done that" or "I shouldn't have said that" or "Man, I lost my temper again." If not, then this post is not for you. It is for us lesser mortals who are struggling to improve and be a better version of ourselves. It turns out... Continue Reading →

Five Virtues – the essence of Sikh Philosophy

Previously I wrote about the Five Thieves, the five human weaknesses that rob one of its consciousness and disturb their being. The Sikh Gurus didn't just expound on the disease, they also prescribed medicines to fight it - The Five Virtues - Sat (Truth), Santokh (Contentment), Daya (Compassion), Nimrata (Humility) and Prem (Love). Though there... Continue Reading →

There is love in every heart ..

Sometimes I feel there is love in every heart Yet we fail to always see it Is it because we neither love ourselves much Or fail to see the light in our Neighbor's hearts O Kanhayia play the flute louder We need to hear the love in every heart Sometimes I feel there is love... Continue Reading →

Should she jump?

So she stands on the edge Looking down wondering Is it worth the jump Or consider surrendering The water seems blue But she can't see through Is it worth it she asks What if it is rough Will she come up Or  would  just drown Would it be fun Or turn everything brown And then... Continue Reading →

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