Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Tere bharosay pyaaray, main laad ladaaiya

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
Tere Bharosay Pyaaray
Laad ladauna means to do pyaar.
Tere bharosay pyaaray, main laad ladaaiya(I have fell in love with you, having faith on you that you will take care of me)
Laad should mean doing excessive pyaar. Such pyaar and faith that infants (or a small child) have on their parents. An infant keeps full faith on his parent and never questions what his parents tell him. They don’t get sceptical when their parents tell them something. This is the kind of attitude we need to have with Gurbani.
Guru Sahib is saying in these two pankitis that he has fallen in excessive, child like love with Waheguru, having full faith that Waheguru would reciprocate. In the next pankiti:
Bhooleh, chookeh baarik, tu Har Pita Raaiya
Just as infants or small under 6 children make mistakes, and their parents don’t hold those mistakes against them, same way Waheguru too does not hold innocent mistakes of his Gursikhs against them.
Waheguru takes that form for us that we want him to. If we want Waheguru to be our maalik, our boss then he becomes a kind boss. If we want him to be our friend, we have to act like a loyal friend with him. If we want him to be our father/mother, then we have to become his children and act accordingly. If we want him to be our husband, then we have to act like a pati-bartaa istree (woman who adores her husband).
As we progress in our spiritual journey, our relationship changes with Waheguru. From a stranger, he first becomes our boss (we become his servants). Then he becomes our best friend and so on.
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

3 comments:

ss said...

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Beautiful post.Totally beautiful.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Shinda said...

Another amazing post.

Otpreka Singh said...

thanks