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The Salmon Story, Finding Home

Discussion in 'Sikh Sikhi Sikhism' started by Harry Haller, Jul 29, 2016.

  1. Harry Haller

    Harry Haller United Kingdom
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    We are all trying to find home, in some of us this urge is stronger than in others, to find home, some of us remember what home is, some of us have never had a home, some of us have a home, but it is the wrong one, the desire to find home is ingrained in all of us, and no matter how many cars, how pretty our wife is, how much gold we adorn on ourselves, for some of us it never comes closer, if anything, such seems to only make it even more of a distance, although driving our new BMW, watching others envy us for our wife, seeing the glint on our jewelry makes the distance comfortable, a gilded cage if you will, see, the salmon knows, you have to travel light, and then you have to put in that supreme effort, and you may find home.


    Who am i? I am a salmon of course, trying to find home
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