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Barah Maha: Jeth

Next is Jeth, a month where the beautiful spring season is transitioning to summer. The heat is arising and the deserts are becoming hot, almost too hot to the point of discomfort. For the human-bride to truly remain connected to IkOankar, it makes sense that they are detached from the world. After all, an individual cannot be at two places at the same time and two loves cannot flourish in the heart simultaneously. When attachment to the world is eliminated, for that is when the human-bride can truly lie in the abode of IkOankar. Watch the video to delve into the complexity of connection between the world, IkOankar, and the human-bride.

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