Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Man Kyoon Bairaag Karehga, Satgur mera poora

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
Man Kyoon Bairaag Karehga

Bairaag is the feeling of sorrow that arises when your loved one is separated from you.

Bairaag is an important ingredient in bhagtee. Without bairaag, it is impossible to do bhagti. Unless we are aware and feel dukh of separation from Waheguru, how can we do bhagtee?

Bairaag is a gift from Waheguru. Without bairaag, no one has achieved anything.

In common Khalsa language, Bairaag also means crying.

In Baani a great pankiti appears as follows:

Man kyoon bairaag karehga, Satgur mera poora(O my mind, why would you do bairaag i.e. cry, when my Satguru is all capable and merciful?)

Is it possible for our poora Guru to see his Sikh do bairaag i.e. cry? Can he withstand true bairaag of his gursikh? No way! When a Gursikh gets true bairaag, Guru ji cannot ignore it. He certainly, personally looks into the reason for bairaag of his Gursikh.

The love that Satguru ji has for his gursikh is matchless. A Mother cannot love her child as much as Satguru loves his gursikh. Worldly relationships are for this life only. The love of Satguru is eternal.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

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