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Bright And Beautiful Future

Bright and beautiful future

Those who preach endlessly about how bad things are, do so mainly to advance their own power and influence. Instead of being frightened into submission by the negative scenarios, choose to follow the positive possibilities.

Life has always been challenging, and it will continue to be. Yet that is no reason to be gloomy or fearful, for in every challenge there is great opportunity.

Whatever you focus on will grow stronger and more influential in your world. Choose to focus on creative, innovative, loving, respectful and beautiful ways to move forward.

Those who obsess over assigning blame only end up making the problems worse. What you can do now is far more important than who is at fault.

If you give your energy to fear and hatred, whatever you fear and whatever you despise will grow bigger and more imposing. Is that really what you want?

The future is as bright and beautiful as you decide to see it. See it, live it, and make it so.

-- Ralph Marston
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:) Respected Saadh Sangat Ji :)

Dhan Dhan Siri Guru Ram Das Ji De Bachan Dhan Dhan Siri Guru Granth Sahib Ji De Panna # 366

imiQAw dUjw Bwau DVy bih pwvY ]
prwieAw iCdRü AtklY Awpxw AhMkwru vDwvY ]
jYsw bIjY qYsw KwvY ]
jn nwnk kw hir DVw Drmu sB isRsit ijix AwvY ]

Here Guru Ji is talking about those people who sit and form alliances based on their false love of duality. They complain about other peoples' faults, while doing this act their own self-conceit increases- the direct effect of Nindyaa. Guru Ji says as they(who complain) plant, so shall they harvest. Guru Ji is telling us that He Himself, The Servant of God has joined His alliance with Dharma, and this shall conquer the whole world. So there is no one else more powerful than Waheguru, all the other worldly alliances are false/untrue/mortal/perishable. Let us have our alliance with Him and Him alone which shall not perish.

forgive me please