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Aasaa di Vaar to Third Pauri: Āpīnĥai bẖog bẖog / ਆਪੀਨ੍ਹ੍ਹੈ ਭੋਗ ਭੋਗਿ

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  1. Ambarsaria

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    This is third post in a series for us to review and share each of our own understanding of the bani of Aasaa di Vaar in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
    ESSENCE: Guru Nanak Dev ji recognize all that wondrous which surrounds us. Be it rhythms, books of wisdom, life forms; the earth, wind and fire; separations and closeness, a strange feeling to observe all such wondrous items. Guru ji state that in grace one may get to understand all that is behind such.

    Guru Nanak Dev ji then relate the part that creation embodies. The creation as a source for earth, sky and beyond, creation as the source of scriptures for various religions, all so many species and forms of life so emanating.

    In pauri it is stated how we come and engrossed in material pleasures so depart. What we leave behind as legacy cries out loud our failings while there is no corrections at that point, all gets accounted for and humans so blindly waste away such precious embodiment of life.

    I stand corrected and all errors are mine.

    Any thoughts and what you think.

    Sat Sri Akal.

    Note:
    For a musical rendition of this collection you may wish to listen along starting around from 8 minutes 05 seconds to 10 minutes 47 seconds,

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=u-p4bmMJthA

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