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Sheikh Farid has penned down his vast experience, which he had encountered during his life long search for the spiritual bliss and a deep rooted desire to meet God face to face. In Saloka 90, he writes. Go to Church or temple or Masjid or Synagogue of your faith as per the practice established by your elders. There you come in contact with persons of your views and concepts and your faith is enhanced.
Do your prayers as dictated by your religion, as best as you can, it will add up to your spiritual belief in God and will give you confidence.
Shaloka 71st of Sheikh Farid. Pay full attention to the voice of your conscience, which your spiritual leaning keeps it vibrating. Shaloka 39th of Sheikh Farid. Do not criticize others method of spiritual belief and rituals. It is the voice of your ego which induces you to down size others, better search your conscience. Avoid bad deeds, they bring you shame at the end. Salok 78 of Sheikh Farid. All the Salokas of Sheikh Farid depict his state of mind and his eagerness and his whole hearted devotion to God of his faith.
He reacted strongly to the cunning and the hypocrite world around him. When he was still young he got so much upset with his surroundings which distracted his concentration of mind on God, that one day he gave up.
Shaloka 2,3 of Sheikh Farid , He said , going door to door to beg for food is so degrading, let me go somewhere, away from the wicked ways of the world. In such a disgusting mood, he folds into a bundle, his essential belongings of daily use, picks up the bundle to go away somewhere.
Then he said to himself, where shouId I go? Prit paul Singh Bambah, was born on 5th September He was married to Sukhbir Kaur in and had 4 daughters and 3 sons. He led a happily married life till when his wife died of cancer.
Later in he migrated to USA from India and lived with his youngest daughter and her family in New York till For one year he lived with his middle born son. He loved all his children and went out of his way to meet them. His 3 daughters and eldest son who passed away, young in were in India, every year he would go to India to visit them. Prit Paul Singh Bambah had always been in search of the solutions and remedies for inhumane activities that add miseries in the world.
His quest to form a Peaceful Global Human Society reflects in all his books. His spiritual aspirations, emotions and intellectual ideals found the outlet through his creative writings.
He has projected many different types of worldwide terrorism activities with plenty of examples. His wide knowledge of religions, history, politics and other subjects reflects in his writings. The books coauthored with Dr. Writing was his passion and he had a meditative mind coupled with spirituality. He was loved and respected by everyone, for his qualities.
The last nine years of his life he lived with his youngest son and his family in California. On 16 June he left for his heavenly abode. He is survived by his 4 daughters, 2 sons, 15 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. She has the potential of harboring a number of creative activities. Her quest for attaining knowledge made her multi-dimensional. All these aspects complement each other, and enhance her knowledge and ability to give birth to her creativity in various fields. Harpal Sodhi is a post graduate in M.
English and M. Some of her achievements are:. Harpal Sodhi is a humanitarian often volunteers in non-profit organizations to sever humanity. Presently she is engaged in writing and publishing. Translation: Gurmukhi to English. Shaloka 71st of Sheikh Farid Pay full attention to the voice of your conscience, which your spiritual leaning keeps it vibrating.
Shaloka 39th of Sheikh Farid Do not criticize others method of spiritual belief and rituals. Shaloka 26th of Sheikh Farid Avoid bad deeds, they bring you shame at the end. Salok 78 of Sheikh Farid All the Salokas of Sheikh Farid depict his state of mind and his eagerness and his whole hearted devotion to God of his faith. Contact: alwaysgreatness gmail.
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