We reap what we sow

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A glimpse of the divine discourse by Sadhvi Ji:

(24 February 2019, Shabad Surat Sangam Ashram, Malke, Moga)

sadhvi jiSupposedly our hands get filthy with dirt somehow. To wash away that dirt, some water ought to be sufficient. Supposedly our clothes get messy due to the passage of stool. Some soap & water would do the job. However, the mess enacted due to the consistent presence of five thieves i.e. kama (lust), krodh (rage), lobh (greed), moh (attachment), and ahankar (conceit), the one and only thing to get through them is the consistent and persistent practice of Guru-mantra. If we believe that doing some good deeds would suffice, no! It would be like using some water to get rid of the filth when it isn’t sufficient at all.

Today, almost every other person is crying due to one thing or another. And in the end, God is to be blamed; isn’t it? When it is a fact that we reap what we sow, then how is it that God is to be blamed about the reap we get in spite of we being masters of the act of sowing? In other words, why to deliberately opt to walk on a road full of stumbling blocks when we have the time and resources today to create a clean and clear path? Because no matter what, in the end, we are the masters of our fate and we are the captain of our soul. Let’s not waste the precious human birth! Let’s think & therefore act wisely! Let’s practice Guru-mantra consistently & persistently!