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Bharosa Daan

Discussion in 'Questions and Answers' started by ravneet_sb, Mar 28, 2015.

  1. ravneet_sb

    ravneet_sb India
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    Sat Sri Akaal,

    Focus comes on word "Bharosa Daan"

    "DAAN" is to give something not only as "MONEY" or "MATERIAL"

    as abstract value "FAITH"

    How one deals with "FAITH" in daily life

    For E.G.

    One commit for purity in Merchandise,

    Or Commit Time for Service to be Delivered

    In one Adheres to Commitment

    One is Giving Faith

    and

    Responding if commitment is failing
    One is dealing in faith

    This is

    "FAITH GIVING"
    or
    "SELF COMMITMENT"
    or
    "BHAROSA DAAN"

    Thinking before any "COMMITMENT" and "ADHERENCE" gives "BHAROSA DAAN"

    to earn

    "BHAROSA" or "FAITH" of others

    This is "TRUE VIRTUE"

    Difficult to Achieve

    Waheguru Ji Da Khalsa
    Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
     
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  3. Tejwant Singh

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    I am glad Sikhi is not a faith for me but a pragmatic way of life where one stumbles often but also learns to dust off and carry on his/her personal journey.

    Bharosa Daan for me means, 'Never Give up' even if you stumble often.

    Having said that, the Ardaas we recite quite often is anti Gurmat in my opinion.

    Can someone enlighten me with the original ardaas our Guru Sahibs recited starting from Guru Nanak?

    Thanks

    Tejwant Singh
     
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