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Lionesswoman    45

Wish I could draw some of things ive seen! If people only knew what kind of horrors lie in the afterlife, they'd think twice about sinning!

I had an experience once kind of similar to the drawing where two people, a man and a woman were throwing kids down a tunnel leading to hell. I knew if I was thrown down, I would die.

My turn came, although I was around 17yrs old and i was so scared and screamed for help. And basically I was saved by a good soul. 

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simran345    2,459
1 hour ago, Bundha said:

 

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Nice picture.

This shabad came to mind when I saw it:

Ang 262, SGGS ji 

🙏🏻 Dhan Guru Arjan Dev ji

 
 
सिमरउ सिमरि सिमरि सुखु पावउ ॥
 
Simra▫o simar simar sukẖ pāva▫o.
 
Remember, remember God,
 
 
 
 
कलि कलेस तन माहि मिटावउ ॥
 
Kal kales ṯan māhi mitāva▫o.
 
thus thou shalt attain peace and efface from within thy body, strife and anguish.
 

 

 

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simran345    2,459
2 hours ago, Bundha said:

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I'm interpreting this as Ik Onkar, (the One Universal Creator God) as on the smaller scale but outweighing the dirt of the universe, which is more on a bigger bowl. And the graho ke naam (planet names) are in the background, as being irrelevant as some have fallen off or not in the vicinity of time, when Ik Onkar is over them. 

Please tell us what does it portray ? 🤔

 

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Bundha    584

That's more or less it.

On one side are your sins on the other that outweighs all your misdemeanours is a little naam. The rest is the journey on this world as time slowly ticks away.

 

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Kira    1,250
2 hours ago, Bundha said:

That's more or less it.

On one side are your sins on the other that outweighs all your misdemeanours is a little naam. The rest is the journey on this world as time slowly ticks away.

 

Your drawings are always so amazing.

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