With the plastic smiles, it’s that time of annual ‘Parpanch’ or ‘Pakhand’ (ostentation, show off, fuss, hypocrisy, etc.) again to say ‘Happy New Year’, once again! But, without Awakening, there… Continue reading Happy New Year!
Using the example of the month of Vaisakh (pronounced “Vaisaakh“), the Gurbani tells us that Vaisakh can be really “Beautiful” (“Suhaavaa“: charming, attractive, pleasant…) for the mind (or soul) ONLY… Continue reading Vaisakh Is Beautiful!
Through seven days, the Gurbani gives us Aatam-Giaan (Spiritual Wisdom, Brahm Giaan…). The Gurbani indicates, regardless of what day of the week it may be, but a Sikh’s Sunday is… Continue reading Seven Days of a Sikh
People consider ਬੁਧਵਾਰ (Wednesday) Shubh (of good omen, happy, auspicious, fortunate, propitious, welcome, lucky, etc.). Things people don’t do on on Tuesday, they don’t mind taking care of them on… Continue reading Wednesday
We are conditioned from the childhood to consider ਮੰਗਲਵਾਰ or Tuesday as Ashubh (unfortunate, inelegant, bad, untoward, potentious, evil, ill-omened, ill-boding, unfavorable, inauspicious, calamity, ill-luck, and so on.). Consequently, people… Continue reading Tuesday