Day 2 – 5 Things That I Can’t Live Without

Parks in Kirpal Sagar

Dear friends,

A blogging friend of mine has nominated me to give 5 answers every day lasting 20 days. Thanks, dear friend 🙂
Here is her site:

Day 2:
5 Things That I Can’t Live Without (that’s me at the age of 18 – long time ago)

1.) I can’t live without my Master Sant Kirpal Singh Ji, as He is love, light and life, the essence of my life, deeply embedded in my soul. Also Bhaji and Biji, the Gurmukhs of my Master, have their place always in my heart – through them I could understand much about the purpose of our life. I am in deep thankfulness to them too.

2.) I can’t live without humanity – humanity should become a great virtue of our life, to be of help to others. It is like a huge ocean in which our heart finds it reflection: We can touch it on the surface but we also can go deep within… so slowly becoming a real human being…

3.) I can’t live without the breath of God as God is innate in every life-impulse. He is the breath of our soul – in thankfulness I try to remember Him as much as possible until some day wherever I go, wherever I am – I will see Him only… Love and spirituality are my constant companions .

4.) As life consists of the principles: take and give, to balance reactions of the past – then cause and effect which has a reaction even from a vibrating thought “onwards” – “this what you sow, you have to ripe…” the karmic law, is another part I cannot live without (if I want it or not) – so my purpose is to find a way how to escape the wheel of life and death, of re-coming and re-going in different life-forms according to positive or negative reactions: but good deeds bear good fruit, bad deeds bad ones… so to wear golden chains or iron chains – chains are chains – to come out of this process: when we are no longer the Doers… (only our ego – is the doer… or keeps us as a doer) – the shadow thinks it is moving, but it is the light that moves the shadow…

5:) I can’t live without problems as problems are there to make you stronger and overcome them – they are the remedy and medicine for our soul – although they may look vice versa at the first sight – with a closer look we learn that they can help us to progress in our spiritual development, like bitter medicine we have to swallow and understand them as medicine… they serve as a inner digging, plouhing the field of life to bring out new treasures hidden in our hearts…

Thank you for your patience in reading my answers, dear reader – may God bless you.

Thank you

For tomorrow (day 3): Things That I Can Live Without

Day 1 – 5 Things About Me

Dear friends,

A blogging friend of mine has nominated me to give 5 answers every day lasting 20 days. Thanks, dear friend 🙂
Here is her site:

Day 1:
5 Things about myself (that’s me at the age of 18 – long time ago)

1.) I am my own observer and try to discover and know myself, to know how the mind is working in me, to get to know all its tricks, in which way it has power and influence over me – according to: “Man know thyself”

Important is which motives are behind an action, a thought or a word. With honesty towards oneself and others it is possible to obtain deep understandings to get to know more about oneself.

2.) My Religion is God – man made religions and God made man. I have respect for all religions – as we are all ONE and first of all are human beings. To be ONE we have to see us united, not separated, as God is ONE.

3.) I love to laugh when there are humorous situations – and I cry when my heart is touched

4.) I love reading spiritual books by: Sant Kirpal Singh, who is my Master, Kabir, Rumi, Baba Jaimal Singh, Gita, Mahabarata Epos, holy scriptures in different religions etc. and love writing aphorism, poems and creating digital images and videos as well.

5.) I love helping people. It is a way also to turn your back to your own ego and focus on those who are in need. In this connection I travel to India every year as a voluntary helper for the project: Kirpal Sagar.

Sant Kirpal Singh – His life and mission:

Teachings of Sant Kirpal Singh:

More information about Unity of Man:

For tomorrow (Day 2): 5 Things That I Can’t Live Without