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Thursday, 28 May 2009

Mysticism of Marley (c)

Dedicated to all those power hungry people who are poisioning everything they touch, the planet, humanity, spiritual paths, the economy, nature, the air, the water, you and me and our children, the corrupt company bosses, corrupt MPS, corrupts priests, the corrupt policemen, presidents, nations, ideologies, etc, you cant run forever.....

for Modern day mystical rap see:


Sikh Unit are London (all parts) based Rap artists that vocally paint a picture of situations that are happening around the world and in their local communities. All the Mixtapes have being made in a basement with no professional equipment


http://www.sikhunit.co.uk/index.html

Ya running and ya running And ya running away. Ya running and ya running And ya running away. Ya running and ya running And ya running away. Ya running and ya running, But ya can't run away from yourself Can't run away from yourself - Can't run away from yourself - Can't run away from yourself - Can't run away from yourself - Can't run away from yourself. Ya must have done (must have done), Somet'in' wrong (something wrong). Said: ya must have done (must have done), Wo! Somet'in' wrong (something wrong). Why you can't find the Place where you belong? Do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do (running away); Do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do (running away); Do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do (running away); Do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do (running away); Do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do (running away). Every man thinketh his Burden is the heaviest (heaviest). Every man thinketh his Burden is the heaviest (heaviest). Ya still mean it: Who feels it knows it, Lord; Who feels it knows it, Lord; Who feels it knows it, Lord; Who feels it knows it, Lord. Ya running and ya running And ya running away. Ya running and ya running And ya running away. Ya running and ya running And ya running away. Ya running and ya running But ya can't run away from yourself. Could ya run away from yourself? Can you run away from yourself? Can't run away from yourself! Can't run away from yourself! Yeah-eah-eah-eah - from yourself. Brr - you must have done somet'in' - Somet'in' - somet'in' - somet'in' - Somet'in' ya don't want nobody to know about: Ya must have, Lord - somet'in' wrong, What ya must have done - ya must have done somet'in' wrong. Why you can't find where you belong? Well, well, well, well, ya running away, heh, no - Ya running away, ooh, no, no, no, I'm not (running away), no, don't say that - don't say that, 'Cause (running away) I'm not running away, ooh! (running away) I've got to protect my life, (running away) And I don't want to live with no strife. (running away) It is better to live on the housetop (running away) Than to live in a house full of confusion. (running away) So, I made my decision and I left ya; (running away) Now you comin' to tell me (running away) That I'm runnin' away. (running away) But it's not true, (running away) I am not runnin' away. (running away) /fadeout/

Thursday, 21 May 2009

Wise words from Sheikh Farid Ji Sufi


If I had known that my Husband Lord was so young and innocent, I would not have been so arrogant. 4

Thursday, 14 May 2009

Tuesday, 12 May 2009

The devotion of Bhagat Sain Ji

The Bhagat Mal contains a legend which at once illustrates Sain’s devotion to saints and the estimation in which he was held for his piety. When going one day to perform his usual ministrations for King Raja Ram, he met some holy men on the way. He thought it was his first duty to attend to them, He took them with him, and began to render them with the customary services. With the greatest mental satisfaction to himself he gave them consecrated and secular food to relieve their souls and bodies. In thus acting Sain disregarded his duty to the king and braved his displeasure. The legend states that a holy man, by God’s favour, in order to avert the king’s wrath and save Sain from punishment, assumed his appearance, and having gone and performed the customary duties for the king, took his departure. Soon after Sain arrived and began to apologise for the delay. The king said, “Thou hast only just gone after the usual services to me; why apologise?” Sain replied, “ I have not been here. Perhaps thy majesty sayest so to excuse my absence.” The Raja then knew that a special providence had intervened and performed for him the usual tonsorial duties. He was at once converted, fell at Sain’s feet, worshipped him as his guru, and thus sought an asylum in God. The following hymn of Sain is found in the Guru Granth Sahib, Raag Dhanasari, Sri Sain, p.695 :
Having made an oblation of incense, lamp, and clarified butter,
I go to offer to Thee, O God.
Hail to Thee, O God, hail!
Ever hail to Thee, O Sovereign God!
Thy name is the best lamp, meditation theron the purest wick;
Thou art alone the Bright One, O God.
It is the saints of God who feel divine pleasure;
They describe Thee as all-pervading and the Supreme Joy.
Thou, of fasniating form, O God, float us over the ocean of terror.
Sain saith, worship the Supreme Joy.
(taken from Sikiwiki) (photograph of Bhagat Sain kindly allowed by Sikh Museum Darbar Sahib)

Dhan Dhan Baba Ajit Singh Ji Dhan Baba Deep Singh Ji


At this holy place, the Gurudwara is built in memory of the Shahid Singhs. The Singhs gave up their lives following the order of their master, Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Guru Ji had ordered the Singhs to stop Jabbar Khan from intercepting the marriage procession and taking the newly wedded wife of Pandit Devi Das. For those of you who have seen brave heart, the Moghuls had the same law of primae noctis, e.g sexual rights of any newly married bride on the first night of marriage. The girls father went to the Guru and asked him for his help. The Guru sent the Singhs with Sahibzada Baba Ajit Singh Ji and Akali Baba Deep Singh Ji who guarded the marriage procession. The Moguls attacked and many Singhs gave their heads for righteousness. Jabbar Khan was confronted in battle and slain, as he lay dying he asked for a last request before the Guru, he asked that he may be remembered. The Guru replied you will be remembered as a scoundrel by the Sikhs, and they will strike a memorial stone with their shoes in memory of your evil deeds, at this exact place where you have fallen. Thus Jabbar Khan did not die by being killed by a sword like a true warrior, the final blow that killed him was with a shoe to the head. The girl seeing the inability of the local Hill Princes, and inhabitants to protect their women, went with her husband to live at Anandpur Sahib. There she became a Singhanee and her husband a Singh.
The parkash of Adi Guru Granth Dasam Granth, and a Nishan inside and a view of the Gurudwara from the fields.

A Video view of the Gurudwara is below. For those who wish to visit it is next to the village, Dumeywal at Anandpur Sahib.

video

Great Great are the deeds of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.
Great Great are the deeds of the Shahid Singhs.
Jo Gajh Key Bulavey Nihal Ho Javey Guru Gobind Singh Shahido Singho Man Nu Pavey Sat Sri Akal Gurbar Akal Degh Tegh Fateh Panth Ki Jeet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!