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Discussion in 'Book Reviews & Editorials' started by swarn bains, May 8, 2016.

  1. swarn bains

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    I have written a spiritual book in English. can the scholars on this site review it if i am allowed to put this book here. the organizers of this site please advise, thank u
     
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    Swarn ji, you are most welcome to share your writings here at SPN...
     
  4. swarn bains

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    thank you. i tried to put the book here but it says the book is too long. it did not accept it. if u can give me your e mail. i can send it to you and then you can put it on the site or give me another alternate way. i tried through file up load but my book did not show up in the list. so please advise s s a
     
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    i forgot to mention that whoever has any opinion or comment, please put it with page number and line number and the word. so that i can look into it and correct my mistake, but the essence of the poem cannot be changed. It is translation of my punjabi poetry. it took me a long time to come to this result. it was very difficult for me, though my understading may not be that good, i will appreciate if anyone can improve the book before I publish it. thank u
     
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    it is from my book soul search enjoy it
    Worldly wealth

    Earn some donate some, worldly wealth stays in the world

    It never accepts anyone in its lap; being proud of it the kings and queens go away leaving wealth behind

    God created worldly wealth and from its shadow God created the creation

    If worldly wealth was not there, there will be no world, God added culture of worldly wealth to create world

    Worldly wealth entices the ignorant careless young and old all alike and nobody escapes from it

    As you put your foot on earth, worldly wealth came and sat in front of you

    It put dust in your eyes and enticed you towards her

    What you see is a worldly drama, neither it came nor is going to go

    O Bains you came empty in the world and will go back empty

    If you were thoughtful you would have contemplated for a moment or two

    You died searching for wealth; no one will take wealth with him

    No one accompanies you on departure who you call your own

    Worldly wealth entices everyone; they come back from cremation ground

    From here the swan flies alone, came empty and going empty

    Bains kept watching; the swan flew and gone away

    You robbed and cheated to fill your pockets, all pockets became empty

    Nobody pitches tents like a military camp, came today and go tomorrow

    O Bains; do not make a mistake knowingly, be afraid of sin and sacred all the time

    Committing sin or good deed is nature of world, people die scared of them

    Come empty and go empty, worldly wealth stays in the world
     
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    Please feel free to post your spiritual book, I am sure many members will welcome the chance to debate it
     
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    yes, please post your book, judging on the above it will be a very captivating read..
     
  9. swarn bains

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    i made some corrections to the book. please advise how i send it to you or how to put it on the site thanks s s a
     
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    Swarn ji, as a learning curve, please try adding your book (Add Resource) at the following link:
    Downloads | Sikh Philosophy Network

    Thank you.
     
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