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What is the difference between:  Punya, Paap and Karma.?

Punya is a debit card - pay first and enjoy later.
Paap is a credit card - enjoy first and pay later.!

Karma is a kitchen, where an order cannot be placed - We are served, what we have cooked..!


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Symptoms Of Inner Peace..

1. Frequent attacks of Smiling
2. Frequent overwhelming episodes of Appreciation
3. Loss of interest in Judging other people.
4. Loss of ability to Worry
5. Tendency to act based on Hope rather than on fear.
6. Ability to Enjoy Each Moment.
7. Ability to Give & Receive Love { in spite of life's problems }.
8. Sharing whatever little you have with people having less in life.

*If symptoms persist....just feel blessed & grateful to GOD .

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                                                                                      LAW OF KARMA

                                                      IF ANYONE SPEAKS OR ACTS WITH EVIL THOUGHT

                                                                           PAIN FOLLOWS HIM or HER

                                                                                JUST AS THE WHEEL


                                                                               THE FOOT  OF THE OX 

                                                                        THAT DRAWS THE CARRIAGE


                                                                                                                THE BUDDHA

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On bravery:

He who has attained mastery over himself, is indeed a greater conqueror than the one who has vanquished a thousand enemies, a thousand times more powerful than he, yet remains a slave to his sensory self.

On Maya:

One whose mind roams in search of outward beauty and grandeur, who is unable to keep masterly control over his senses, who eats impure food, who is lazy and lacking in moral courage, ignorance and sorrow overpower him, just as the gale shatters the sapless tree.

On devotion:

Just as raindrops leak into the house which is not well covered with perfect roof, so attachment, hatred and delusion enter the mind which is averse to Bhakti, as per means of subjective meditation.

The Buddha

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                                                                             "Salt -VS- Rice

If you were to cook 3 cups of rice, would you add 3 cups of salt to it?

Certainly not!

So, in every preparation of rice, the rice always outnumbers the salt, yet a little salt makes a huge difference/impact in the overall outcome.

In the room in which you currently are, look up at the ceiling...
What is the size of the bulb compared to the size of the room? It is probably a ratio of 1:5000.
Yet, darkness flees the entire space once the small bulb is flipped on.

If I am the salt of the earth, and the light of the world, then "little me" has the ability to make big things happen.

Sometimes, because we feel outnumbered or overwhelmed at the sheer magnitude of evil or wrong-doers, we then choose powerlessness, and decide to go with the flow, not standing up for what we believe is right.

Little doesn't mean insignificant.
You are significant. Your presence should make a BIG difference. Stop waiting to be on the side of the majority. They may be the majority, but they are the trivial majority, and you are the impactful minority.

They are the rice of the world, and you are the salt of the world.
They are the room, and you are the light.
Make your influence felt!

You are the world's seasoning, to make it tolerable."


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There are so many types of Karma and we can broadly classify them as

1. Collective karma

2. Karma of the time

3. Karma of a place

4. Karma of a family

5. Karma of an individual

There is individual karma, then you have family karma – what you call DNA.

Then comes the karma of a region, state and country.

Then there is karma of the time. During the time of World War II, all the people had similar karma and so all over the world there was war.

Some karmas yield their fruits immediately, and some take time.

For example, if you place your hand in a fire, you will immediately get burnt, right now, not tomorrow or anytime later.

But if you sow a mango seed today, it will take ten years for it to grow into a tree. You will be able to reap the fruits of the mango tree only after ten years of hard work.

In the same way, some karmas yield their fruits almost instantly, while some take time to bear fruit.
But do not think that every problem or suffering that you go through is only because of your actions from past lifetimes. Some of it also comes because of the foolishness and ignorance you have in the present lifetime also.

To free yourself from the results of past actions, you should regularly practice Bhakti.

It definitely helps to nullify the bad influences of the past karmas.

That is why the Bani says: Prabh ka simran, man kee mael jaae.

All karmas are dirt on the mind, which can only be cleansed away with His Simran alone, no other ways nor shortcuts  can ever help us. Many try alternative manmukh methods, while calling themselves sikhs childishly, for Truth is not realized by doing what many do, or we see them doing usually, but that Truth is solely realized within ourselves by faithfully following the instructions from the sacred Bani for that purpose of cleanliness/purity, and our union with Him.

ਸਿਮਰਉ ਸਿਮਰਿ ਸਿਮਰਿ ਸੁਖੁ ਪਾਵਉ  

Simaro simar simar, simar sukh paavoh:  Meditate, meditate, meditate on Him, and achieve true everlasting happiness.

Then also, at the same time we should act with intelligence as well.

Don’t try to analyze karma.

Just do your duty and move on. Keep moving ahead with love in your heart and with prayer in your heart.

Just drop everything and become His bhagat. Being His bhagat, means to have the firm faith and belief, that all Karmas will be cleared by His kirpa, if only, we have Him as our anchor.

Whether the action is from a past life, or something done 10 years back, or done just yesterday, or even 10 minutes back – it really does not matter. Ultimately, all Karma is Karma, that’s it. That is why it is said that the ways of Karma are mysterious and unfathomable. 

Knowing that this is what it is, you move beyond that.

You cannot understand the depth of karma, it is so vast. 
Know that you have been blessed with the power to clear all your karma, and then just do it.
Open your mind to the immensity of His Name, and then let it release you from all your karmas/impurities.
Stay blessed.
Sat Sree Akal.
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