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harsharan000    1,903

 

BEING DIVINE


1. Every thought we create, word and behaviour, leaves an impression on the soul.

This is like a recording on a CD. We need to be aware of our recordings which are uncomfortable for us or for those around us and then start creating a new beautiful recording.

 

2. Situations may not be pleasant, people’s behaviour towards us may not be nice - the only choice we have, is what thought we create in response to them.

Our thoughts and behaviours will become our recording and will influence our destiny in this birth and future births.

 

3. We sometimes create thoughts like – “they rejected me; they do not love me or respect me; I care for everyone but no one cares for me.”

These thoughts become our recording. We carry the same sanskar in the next birth and feel rejected even though situations and people are nice to us.

 

4. People’s behaviour towards us is a reflection of THEIR personality.

If someone is abusive, critical, aggressive, manipulative - they are not insulting us; they are bringing their sanskar into action. When we remember this, we will not get hurt and the recording we create will be of compassion, not pain and rejection.

 

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harsharan000    1,903

When you see something good in someone,

tell them.

It may take  seconds to say,

but for them

it could last a lifetime.

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Turn your worry into worship,

and watch God turn your battles into blessings.

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harsharan000    1,903

 

Give people time.

Give people space.

Don´t beg anyone to stay.

Let them roam.

What is meant for you, will always be yours.

                                      

                         Reyna Biddy.

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harsharan000    1,903

 

Give people time.

Give people space.

Don´t beg anyone to stay.

Let them roam.

What is meant for you, will always be yours.

                                      

                         Reyna Biddy.

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harsharan000    1,903

 

Bullying

 

Teeth say to tongue: If I just press you a little, you will get cut.

 

Tongue replied: If I misuse one word, all 32 of you come out.

 

 

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harsharan000    1,903

 

Beautiful Message...

 

*Manmat* kare har koi,
Par *GURMAT* te chale virla koi.

*Fashion* kare har koi,
Par *GURU da SAROOP* dhare virla koi.

*Books* padhe har koi,
Par *PATH* padhe virla koi.

Paise nal *English seekhe* har koi,
Par free vich *GURMUKHI* seekhe virla koi.

*Movie* dekhe har koi,
Par *GURUDWARE* jave virla koi.

*Song* sune har koi,
Par *KIRTAN* sune virla koi.

*Drinks* pive har koi,
Par *Gur ka AMRIT* peeve Virla koi.

*Guru* Mane har koi,
Par *GURU di mane* virla koi.

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harsharan000    1,903

 

Masterpiece on Economics :

 

One day a tourist comes to the only hotel in a debt ridden town in Kenya. He lays a 100 dollar note on the table & goes to inspect the rooms.

Hotel owner takes the note & rushes to pay his debt to the butcher.

Butcher runs to pay the pig farmer.

Pig farmer runs to pay the feed supplier.

Supplier runs to pay the maid, who in these hard times gave her services on credit.

Maid then runs to pay off her debt to the hotel owner whom she borrowed from in these hard times.

Hotel owner then lays the 100 dollar note back on the counter.

The tourist comes down, takes his money & leaves as he did not like the rooms.

No one earned anything, no value created, wealth redistribution was on paper, yet that entire group of people is now out of debt & looks to the future with a lot of optimism.

That is how the world is doing business today!

 

 

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harsharan000    1,903

 

Blessings

 

We are blessed and we have blessings to give. Count your blessings and give blessings.

Blessings are thoughts filled with great love and kindness, and they can travel long distances.

So generously and freely give blessings.

Give blessings to people you love, as well as to people you don't get along with.

Give blessings and the blessings come through you first, so you become blessed in the process.

Bless and be blessed

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harsharan000    1,903

 

Who should be blamed when a Leaf falls from the tree;

Is it the wind that blew it away, ?

Or the tree that let it go,?

Or the leaf itself who grew tired holding on?

Life  unfolds  so  many misunderstandings  each  day.
It  is  up  to  us  to  Solve  It, Leave  It  or  Live  With  It....


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  All the problems are stuck between  Mind & "Matter


If u don't "Mind,

It doesn't matter

 

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harsharan000    1,903

 

BEING RELIGIOUS

 

IF BEING RELIGIOUS,

HAS MADE YOU MORE JUDGEMENTAL,

RUDE, HARSH, ARROGANT, BACKBITER,

YOU NEED TO CHECK,

IF YOU ARE WORSHHIPING GOD,

OR YOUR EGO.

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Lionesswoman    45
On 27 March 2016 at 9:38 PM, harsharan000 said:

What's maturity?

Definition provided by Buddhist Lamas.

1. Maturity is when you stop trying to change others, but instead focus on changing yourself.
2. Maturity is when you accept people who they are.
3. Maturity is when you understand everyone is right in their own perspective.
4. Maturity is when you learn to "let go".
5. Maturity is when you are able to drop "expectations" from a relationship and give for the sake of giving.
6. Maturity is when you understand whatever you do, you do for your own peace.
7. Maturity is when you stop proving to the world, how intelligent you are.
8. Maturity is when you do not seek approval from others.
9. Maturity is when you stop comparing with others.
10. Maturity is when you are at peace with yourself.
11. Maturity is when you are able to differentiate between "need" and "want" and are able to let go of your wants.

& last but most meaningful !

12. You gain Maturity when you stop attaching "happiness" to material things

 

I agree with all of it, except for the everyone's right bit. There is no right or wrong really, for All is Truth. 

 

But Gurbani lays out the way to self discovery and this is the way we're taught to go. 

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Lionesswoman    45
On 29 November 2016 at 10:40 PM, harsharan000 said:

 

BEING RELIGIOUS

 

IF BEING RELIGIOUS,

HAS MADE YOU MORE JUDGEMENTAL,

RUDE, HARSH, ARROGANT, BACKBITER,

YOU NEED TO CHECK,

IF YOU ARE WORSHHIPING GOD,

OR YOUR EGO.

Truth is beyond organised religion, Truth is True Freedom, and it is True Peace, it is All and it is Nothing. These things cannot be confined by religion. Being a Sikh is being a Student of Truth, which is All Pervading and is One. 

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harsharan000    1,903
On 1/12/2016 at 10:03 PM, Lionesswoman said:

 

I agree with all of it, except for the everyone's right bit. There is no right or wrong really, for All is Truth. 

 

But Gurbani lays out the way to self discovery and this is the way we're taught to go. 

Pen Jee,

I see no diference in what you say, and what maturity is defined by Buddhist Lamas above, for what they mean to say is, nobody is right or wrong from a higher point of  view, for all are puppets moving under His Hukum, it is all His khel.

Sat Sree Akal.

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harsharan000    1,903

 

ARDAAS

 

Satguru Jee has deposited Love, Sewa, Sukh, Sarbat da bhala and every blessing for you in your ATM account within you, use it without limit.

The PIN code is : ARDAAS.

 

Sat Sree Akal.

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