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Understanding of Shabad

Discussion in 'Gurmat Vichaar' started by ravneet_sb, Oct 24, 2011.

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    Sat Sri Akaal,

    Can "Shabad" be restricted to language information or translation

    Or

    "Shabad" has other perspective vision of knowledge



    Like literal is Hindi/ English/Gurmukhi etc. or its translalation

    or also

    other perspective related to the same word.



    Each "Shabad" or "Word" contains "Worldly" Objective experience and

    other entity

    like science/legal/human/social/geogrophical/historical/ etc


    "Shabad" if understood as the whole perspective one feels the difference


    The same "Shabad" reflects a lot.

    One own's mind has all perspective planes,

    Mind reasons from the perspective for which one has worked

    Other perspective views though existing don't respond

    And one contradicts

    For "Learner's" or "Sikh" mind shall be open

    to understand "GURU's BANI"

    Though learning is "Akshar Gyan" knowledge of "Word"

    But as a whole or literal only.


    In a single line conversation with a saint

    Saint got information of

    "Religion/ Ancestral/Medical/ Genetic/ Geographic/etc" background of a person

    Realise Power of "Shabad"

    Listen "Shabad" with open "Mind" when

    one is with people of different perspective


    Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa
    Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
     
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