God, Sant Kirpal Singh Ji, Dr. Harbhajan Singh, Biji Surinder Kaur, Kirpal Sagar, Unity of Man, Spirituality, Love, Compassion, Peace, Non-Violence, Right Understanding, Consciousness, Togetherness, Religions, Mind, Maya, Poems, Aphorism, Digital Art
Man does not consist Only of clothes in his outward appearance He carries symbols, labels Of different cultures Customs and traditions No, he wears these clothes Inside too
For these differences, he starts wars Wants to make his difference as his crown But when he takes off his clothes Inside and outside Then he sees that we are all the same Are one race: Are human beings
Shouldn’t we finally start Change our point of view? Shouldn’t we stop wars and hatred? Envy, greed, ego, lust for power To take them off like a superfluous dress?
Shouldn’t we be as natural As a human child comes into the world Innocent and unsullied?
Then difference merges into oneness And all differences cease to exist
Then the difference does not lead to war It leads to trust, understanding, and respect
Is hope and destruction Is help and exploitation Makes greedy and envious Proud and submissive Is a means to an end For dreams and wishes Is sorrow and happiness Is joy and pain Is rollercoaster of emotions Makes dependent and repressed Violent and demanding Makes corrupt and blind Is human and inhuman Is power and influence
Consciousness also means: Being generous with money….
People full of envy and jealousy
Throw their anger
Blindly and unfairly
To the feet of their victims
They criticize because
They want to put their victims down
To be themselves in the light
To appear better…