Vahiguru ji ka Khalsa, Vahiguru ji ki Fatih!
Sidak (faith) is that Divine-given ability, when realized, brings the unseen into the seen, and the impossible becomes possible.
Life without Sidak is like a dry, dead river bed.
The heart without Sidak is a dead heart.
The path of Sidak is not for the faint heart. It is a path of sorrow and joy, suffering and healing, trials and victories, persecutions and misunderstandings, tears and smiles.
O’ Sidak! Lift the darkness and shine your sweet light.
O’ Sidak! Lift us from our resentments.
O’ Sidak! Rid us of our doubts.
O’ Sidak! Keep us steady.
When the storm is fiercest, the temptation to shrink back may arise. Stay steady. Maintain Sidak, and listen for the Voice to whisper The Song. That rendezvous will bring forth a radiant glow and an indomitable faith that will never cause us to waver again.
Sidak “strengthens amid storms.” Let’s embrace the storms; it is the most productive soil for our Sidak to mature and evolve.
May we yearn for the Voice to whisper The Song!
May the Wisdom-Guru be with us.
“Vaisakhi was a day of transformation, a day of individual transformation and collective transformation. And one that holds a high bar on how we are meant to live in the world—how we are meant to engage in the world..."
Inni Kaur descends into an exploration of what connects her most to Vaisakhi and its roots. Listen as she reflects back on her life.
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