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Can a Vidhvaan on this forum explain the meaning of this shabad?

ਪਹਿਲੈ ਪਹਰੈ ਫੁਲੜਾ ਫਲੁ ਭੀ ਪਛਾ ਰਾਤਿ ॥

The first watch of the night brings flowers, and the later watches of the night bring fruit.

ਜੋ ਜਾਗੰਨ੍‍ ਿਲਹੰਨਿ ਸੇ ਸਾਈ ਕੰਨੋ ਦਾਤਿ ॥112॥

Those who remain awake and aware, receive the gifts from the Lord. ||112||

Phal and Phul.. whats the difference? I mean flowers and fruits.. significance?

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bhajji menu kush nahi pata fer we main sirf apna view dasda menu pata galat he hona ....

full fall .... full khushi di nishani aa ... fall result reward di nishani .... jadd apan ek rukh lagaunda ... ohnu pani deende hain ... khadd paunda hain ... osnu pall de hain ... pehlan osste full aunda ... tusi papite wekheya hona jiss papite de butte te full nahi aunda uss te kaddi fall nahi aunda ....

full pehlan ... nishani wa bai hai sadda layea rukh jawan ho reha wadda ho reha .... te jadd oh purra jawan ho jaunda taan uss nu faal painda ...

jai bhakti naal jodeya jaye assi nittname karde hai guru mantar da japp ... ek saal do saal ... koi faal nahi ... anad auun lagg geya oh full wa ... jadd akal purkh naa surat jurrni shuri .... fall auun lagg geya ... time taan laguga ....

te jehra eh sabar katt geya osse nu guru diyan khushiyan millan giyan ...

bhull chuk maff ...

plz menu dasseyo main kithe kithe galat likheya ...

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from my very limited understanding, i reckon that we need to picture an apple tree. an apple tree grows, and the flowers blossom, then the fruit emerges. the fruit is what we eat - the reward - the whole point of the tree. the flowers come out in the process and look nice to attract you to the tree.

or something.

i think you know what i mean. i agree with jassa. for a fruitful reward you probably need time. (unless Maharaj decides that you don't.) i think that Maharaj is saying obtaining the flowers (first stage) isn't enough...we have to keep working at it to receive the true fruit.

for a deeper meaning i'd suggest posting on the tapoban forum, or emailing bhai kulbir singh. people like him know all about the gurbani grammar and can use it to do gurbani vichaar providing a more accurate meaning. it's nice to see some true gurbani vichaar happening on this forum. we need more of it :umm: .

~l~

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