When we look at ourselves in the Mirror - Do we individually perceive ourselves as 'Singh is King"? or should we look deep into Gurbani and see how the Guru Ji's perceived themselves... They were King of Kings, yet what does Gurbani tell us of their own personal mentality? And why do they hold that mentality? In many instances Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji describes himself as "A Worm" "Lowest of the Low" "slave of Gods Slaves" "Nanak the lowly" Why? Is it because of the formula they provide that We must remove our Ego and Pride to have any chance of having Darshan of Waheguru.....? to Experience Waheguru? to know our true self? Are we learning from this when we stick our chests out and say "Singh is King"? I often hear people say "there is now way you can stand up and fight oppression if you see yourself as the lowest, as manure, as the dust of peoples feet, you will only become weak" Are they ignoring Gurbani? do they not believe in Guru Ji when Guru Ji tells us that by becoming the lowest of the low that we actually become the greatest? What happens when we mentally through thought and action "become the Dust of every ones feet"? By killing our Ego, Gurbani indicates that the barrier between us and him dissolves and Waheguru's Light is allowed to shine bright and all Waheguru Ji's might and greatness flows through our very being. Do we believe in this? Will we trust our Guru? Are we able to implement this in a world engrossed in Egotistical Drama. Singh is King? or Lowest of the Low? This Shabad is by Guru Arjan Dev Ji in Raag Dayv Gandhaaree on Pannaa 529 man jio apunae prabh bhaavo || O my mind, act as it pleases God. neechahu neech neech ath naanhaa hoe gareeb bulaavo ||1|| rehaao || Become the lowest of the low, the very least of the tiny, and speak in utmost humility. ||1||Pause|| anik adda(n)bar maaeiaa kae birathhae thaa sio preeth ghattaavo || The many ostentatious shows of Maya are useless; I withhold my love from these. jio apuno suaamee sukh maanai thaa mehi sobhaa paavo ||1|| As something pleases my Lord and Master, in that I find my glory. ||1|| sarab sookh baddiaaee naanak jeevo mukhahu bulaavo ||2||5|| I obtain all peace and greatness, O Nanak, living to chant His Name with my mouth. ||2||5|| dhaasan dhaas raen dhaasan kee jan kee ttehal kamaavo || I am the slave of His slaves; becoming the dust of the feet of his slaves, I serve His humble servants. sarab sookh baddiaaee naanak jeevo mukhahu bulaavo ||2||5|| I obtain all peace and greatness, O Nanak, living to chant His Name with my mouth. ||2||5|| Can Gurbani be any clearer?