WGJKK WGJKFWelcome to Episode 10 of Sikhwithin.
This week our show is co-hosted with Dr Savi and Kavleen Kaur. After last week’s special outside broadcast we’re back in the studio and a return to our normal format:
We talk about the importance of Gurdwara’s.
(Source: The Sikhs Their Religious Beliefs and Practices by W. Owen Cole and Piara Singh Sambhi)
We also look at the life of Guru Hargobin Ji. He was the 6th Guru of the Sikhs.
(Source: Illustrated Ten Sikh Gurus B. Chattar Singh Jiwan Singh (Amirtsar)).
This week we feature a shabad sung by Chitra Roy entitled: Mayraa Mujh Meh.
It was composed by Bhagat Kabir.
mayraa mujh meh kichh nahee jo kichh hai so tayraa.
Nothing is mine within myself. Whatever there is, is Yours, O Lord.
tayraa tujh ka-o sa-upatay ki-aa laagai mayraa.
If I surrender to You what is already Yours, what does it cost me?
too too kartaa too hoo-aa mujh meh rahaa na hooN.
Repeating, “You, You”, I have become like You.
Nothing of me remains in myself.
jab aapaa par kaa mit ga-i-aa jat daykh-a-u tat too.
When the difference between myself and others is removed, then wherever I look, I see only You.
We close with some inspirtational music from Elton John singing: All that I’m allowed.
PS The Intro is an snippet from the new Sergio Mendes CD (called Timeless) with Justin Timberlake singing: Loose Ends – Implying that we (brothers and sisters) need to get together to sort out any problems we have.
In a world where there is inequality, difficulties with religious tolerance, poverty and suffering, surely we can channel our energies to help each other rather than fighting.
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