Monday, September 25, 2006

Mainoo Dukh Aavay

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

One time, a rich couple invited Sri Maan Sant Gyani Baba Kartar Singh Ji and the rest of the jatha for langar. Both were very religious. They had been married for many years but had no children.

After langar Sant Ji stood up to do ardaas and asked the family if they had any wishes. Singh did not say anything but his wife said “Mainoo dukh aavay (I wish to spend my life full of sorrow).”
Sant Ji smiled and did the ardaas. After leaving their house some singhs asked Sant Ji the meaning of doing such ardaas of asking for sorrow and pain.
Sant Ji said “When people are happy they never remember Guru Ji. Only when they are in trouble, pain or suffer remember Guru Ji and do ardaas. The purpose of bibi’s ardaas asking for sorrow was just one way to remember Guru Ji. She does not want such happiness that would make her forget about true Guru Ji. She rather have sorrow and pain, this way she will always remember Guru Ji. But know one thing; the sorrow she asked for will bless her with true happiness of Sikhi. So do as much simran and read as much Bani as possible, who knows one day Guru Ji might do kirpa and bless you with the same sorrow bibi ji asked for.”
May Maharaj bless the whole world with such Dukh.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

4 comments:

Giani said...

Vaheguroo Mainoo dukh aavay - simply amazing!!

Keep sharing these stories bruv

Singhu said...

Waheguru...Waheguru...

Khalsa Jee, Thanks for sharing with us for various saintjee jeevan,

Benti: The slide show in your blog is very nice, could you please advise how can i add also?.

Fateh.

Mr Singh said...

Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh

Are you using blogger or betablogger veerji?

http://3113766912.slide.com/

If you click on the link above there is a code there which you insert into your template wherever you want the slideshow to appear.

Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh

Singhu said...

Fatehjee,

I am using betablogger veerji,

Thank you for your help. May we all stay in chardikala

Waheguru...Waheguru...