Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Tereh Laadh

Tereh laadh hai is gala ban keh kwaab,
Tereh laahd hai is gala ban keh kwaab,
Jasseh bahtha hai pani, samandar kah salaab,
Ku ratah hu dhoor,
is daard kah koi nah jawaab,
Tereh laadh hai is gala ban keh kwaab,
Jassai bahgoh mei dekheh hoh
kihltey weh ghulab,
Jaab hi bi tu mereh saath ho
aur mujkho kartha ho laadh.

Hum Tho Baas Yuhi Gayah

Hum tho baas yuhi chalay,
Hum tho baas yuhi chalay,
Hum hei zindaagi kei mussafir,
Sareh pyareh, din hai nayah
Hum hei zindaagi kei musaffir,
Bichray raastay,
kaabi wo hum ko milleh,
Hum hei zindaagi key mussafir,
Hastay, hastay
hum tho baas yuhi gayah.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Yeh Hai Zindaagi

Yeh zindaagi hai ek dhulan, uskho pyar sei sajaho,
Yeh zindaagi hai ek ghar, usay kushi sei basaho,
Jaab zindaagi dei dukh, kaabi nah pishtaho,
Yeh zindaagi hai ek rishtah, usay dil sei nabaho,
Jaab zindaagi deh chand, kaabi nah udaho,
Yeh zindaagi hai ek safar, usay kushi sei chalaho,
Yeh  zindaagi hai ek mah, usay kaabi nah rhulaho
Yeh hai zindaagi kah usool, kaabi nah bhulaho.

The Law of One and The Unification of Time

The law of one is important as it relates to the unification of time.  The law of one signifies the oneness of the universe and how all things are tied to a single life force.   The law of one appears in everyday life.  Unification exists between man and woman, the five senses and how we experience life through touch, taste and smell, categorical oneness of things and attributes, colors and shapes, and the governance of time as a unified principle.  Since time governs all things, large or small, and shapes the way we relate to our world, it is also unified but diversified by way of experience.  Any movement requires a value of time, even inert objects such as a coffee mug that will evaporate its contents over time.  Thus time unifies all things and is coherent.  Coffee is unified but in a coffeehouse full of coffee drinkers, not everyone's cup will evaporate its contents at the same time and thus, each instance of evaporation will vary with the cup on the table.  Men have many talents.  Some can walk faster than others, others are Olympic athletes and can travel greater distances in a shorter time span.  But that does not change how overall time is measured.  It is only a wrinkle in the brow, a moment in time within time that attracts us to the finish line.  The oneness principle carries on.  We are subject to time and it is unified with us.  We must be cognizant of the time such as the sand in the hourglass.  The particles of sand that seep to the bottom first are not any different from the particles of sand that fall last, since they are all unified and will have measured a small fraction of time, the time it takes for the hourglass to count its contents.  When the sand reaches the bottom, a specific block of time will have been measured but not all time.  The hand must be present to turn the hourglass.  The invisible hand unifies time and everything that we stand for.  It is constantly turning the hourglass and helping us measure time as best we can.  Eventually, the contents of the hourglass will dry up and disintegrate but the hand will persist and a new measurement of time will be erected.  How do we cope as time bearers who can only measure time and are unable to turn its screws.  The sand can never leave its glass enclosure but merely fall to the bottom.  There it must remain and there it must persist to be revolved again as time unifies all things.  Time does not discriminate but is discriminating.  Watermelons take longer to consume than grapes.  The doctor tells the patient's family, "He doesn't have much time left".  The executioner asks the man who has been sentenced to die, "What are his last wishes".  He does not have much time left and still may want to prove his time worthiness.  Thus, Nathan Hale declares, "I regret that I only have one life to give for my country".  Man ultimately desires more time but is subject to discriminating hardship.  Has he truly made the best use of his time.  Am I sitting here typing these words making the most use of my time and when I finish will these words have any lasting impact.  When we use time it uses us and thus we are never truly outlasting ourselves.  While we remain on track as we pass through the bulbs of the hourglass, we are honoring time but it is only a spectacle of all time, whence distant universes may know time better than ourselves but in the end, are only a provision of all time for all ourselves.  When we turn the hourglass with one hand, we remain partial to all time because the other hand remains free.

Wo Din Kah Intizaar Hai

Woh din kah intizaar hai,
Woh din kah intizaar hai,
Joh saab dinoh kah muntazar hai,
Woh din kah intizaar hai,
Joh saab dinoh kah muntazar hai,
Kaab mill sakay ghi tu mujkho,
Us din tak terah pyar hai.


Monday, May 2, 2011

Write an Essay . . .

What's the difference between terrorism and communism?

Dil Kohl Key Kah

Hum neh joh kah, tho dil khol key kah,
Hum neh joh kah, tho dil khol key kah,
Joh kah, woh kuch bi nah tah,
Joh kah, woh kuch bi nah tah,
Joh nah bi kah, wo dil seh bi kyah,
Woh ho kyah,
joh dil koh kohl key nah kah.