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Waheguru ji ka Khalsa , Waheguru ji ki Fateh

Sare Sikh Sangat nu Guru Sahiban di prakash purab di Lakh Lakh Vadhiyan

to celebrate and also to support our bretheren let's take part in this uprala:

 

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It just turned the 23rd a few minutes ago!

 

edit: I want to add this video

Yes, yes, modern punjabi music videos are dumb but some of the nice acts seen in his videos make me cry sometimes and inspires me.  This one was made for this year's birth remembrance of our Guru.

-but-

I keep thinking about something.  You know how energy can't be created or destroyed?  So the Guru is one beam of light did he exist prior to being Nanak?   I don't mean that Nanak was a reincarnation, I am just curious if the Guru as he stood on this world existed and contemplated coming to us prior to the birth of Nanak.   This sounds so blasphemous but...um, I'll just leave it at that!  I'll explain myself further if need be. 

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13 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

Waheguru ji ka Khalsa , Waheguru ji ki Fateh

Sare Sikh Sangat nu Guru Sahiban di prakash purab di Lakh Lakh Vadhiyan

to celebrate and also to support our bretheren let's take part in this uprala:

 

How will i do 55 million? 

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41 minutes ago, namespace said:

55 million? There has to be more of us.

there are about 27 million of us on the planet minimum and if we do three each the targets achieved,  any way we know that some will do more, some less but it is achievable if we look to make it part of our day .

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just imagine the power of that focussed abiyaas ....it is a potent power which we have failed to tap because we worry about others opinions ...

Dr Masuru Emoto illustrated the power of shubh bachan  to clean and purify pollution, why not use naam simran to clean our panth's niat and to bring grassroots change?

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12 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

just imagine the power of that focussed abiyaas ....it is a potent power which we have failed to tap because we worry about others opinions ...

Yeah the power of Sants and their abiyaas can't be described really. I heard a Sakhi where a tsunami was due to come and Sant spent 10 days in abiyaas asking Waheguru to have kirpa on our souls and to forgive us the world. 10 days later the people come to tell the Sant about the tsunami and because of his kamaai the tsunami's danger and strength were reduced by 10 times.

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                                                                Resultado de imagen de gurpurab 2018 

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12 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

 

THIS SINGH is AWESOME... i love listening to him...

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