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"I Get Out"

The song that speaks of how false this world we inhabit is and how maya has crept into every walk in society.  We as the 'Khalsa' have the antidote to this disease but we are the ones that are most affected by it.  From the management of our religious and political institutions and down to the way we live our own individual lives, we embrace 'Maya' and forget the very purpose we are on this earth for.  If we can be brave enough to 'get out' then we would surely be in position to achieve our goals as community.
 
'Maya' is the very reason we are struggling to win this war against a system that is designed to suppress our souls and imprison our minds.  For all those people within our own community who continue to let us down, we can bet that 'Maya' is the enchantress that is used to capture their souls.
 
For the ones that truly liberated themselves and captured our hearts and souls throughout the history of the world.  One thing they shared in common, they did not allow 'Maya' to touch them.  Martin Luther King, Che Guevara, Malcom X, Black Panthers, Bhagat Singh, Muhammad Ali, Lauren Hill, Kartar Singh Saraba, Tupac Shakur,  Shaheeds of 1984 and countless revolutionaries have led the way but are we brave enough to 'Get Out'.
 
Is it the forces that work against us or is it our own weakness and desire for 'Maya' that stops us from achieving our collective goals?  How do we defeat this, living in a world that is governed by a system that celebrates and worships 'Maya' (Capitalism).  

 

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