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Are you all happy ?? Yes ... 
I have something to tell you... 

 

 

Suppose you went to one shop ...You have to buy a beautiful dress ..

The shopkeeper showed you the first dress ..You rejected it .. Do you become miserable?? No .. 

You are aware that there are thousands of other clothes being displayed..
Right ?? 

If one person went against you or left you , never mind !! 
There are millions of people on this planet ..wake up ...

If you take one mug of water from an ocean , it hardly affects it !! 

So are you .  
You are the untouched innocent being ...

You are all dearly loved and connected with everyone ...

Walk with unshakable faith and confidence.. ..

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“You were born with potential.
You were born with goodness and trust.
You were born with ideals and dreams.
You were born with greatness.
You were born with wings.
You are not meant for crawling, so don’t.
You have wings (Bhakti).
Learn to use them and fly.”

 

 

“When you look for God,
God is in the look of your eyes
In the thought of looking, nearer to you than your self,
or things that have happened to you

There’s no need to go outside.
Be melting snow.
Wash yourself of yourself.

A white flower grows in the quietness.
Let your tongue become that flower.”

 

 

“You call out, I am the lover,
But these are mere words.
If you see lover and Beloved as two,
you either have double vision,
or you can’t count.”

 

 

“Oh Beloved,
take me.
Liberate my soul.
Fill me with your love and
release me from the two worlds.
If I set my heart on anything but you
let fire burn me from inside.
Oh Beloved,
take away what I want.
Take away what I do.
Take away what I need.
Take away everything
that takes me from you”

 

                                 RUMI

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Bhakti, is a matter of love and devotion;

it is meant to cleanse the vessel of all inner dirt and filth.

Unkind thoughts, temptations for revenge,

a pride of learning and knowledge,

lurking doubts and skepticism,

distrust of God and lack of faith in Him

are some of the formidable barriers

that stand in the way

and prevent His grace

and blessing from flowing in. 

 

 

 

The power that supports your heartbeat

certainly knows your lesser needs.

If you live solely for God

and have faith in His power,

He will give you direct help.

 

 

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God´s door for mercy

Always look God´s door for mercy

Never be filled with pride or arrogance

Day and night cal out for His love and mercy

Call for mercy, beg for grace

Only that can wash your unpleasant karma

It will cleanse you

God will forgive you when you forgive others

Not only you must forgive but forget also

all the mistakes

In order to realease the love 

in your heart

Then all your mistakes

will be forgiven by Him.

 

Sat Sree Akal.

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On 10/21/2018 at 2:55 PM, harsharan000 said:

 

God´s door for mercy

Always look God´s door for mercy

Never be filled with pride or arrogance

Day and night cal out for His love and mercy

Call for mercy, beg for grace

Only that can wash your unpleasant karma

It will cleanse you

God will forgive you when you forgive others

Not only you must forgive but forget also

all the mistakes

In order to realease the love 

in your heart

Then all your mistakes

will be forgiven by Him.

 

Sat Sree Akal.

Jo bole sooo nihaaal...

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