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Why call her Bad? From her, Kings are born.

 

Guru Nanak Dev Ji, believed men and women are equal and therefore women cannot be considered inferior. To woman we marry, of woman are we born, of woman conceived, by woman is the civilization continued. It is by woman that the entire social order is maintained. Then “why call her bad? From her Kings are born”

How can we be be present in the moment & act mindfully? This quote by Guru Nanak dev ji is guiding us to check that we are treating women equally. 

  1. REFLECT:  Find time to meditate and once you are settled think of any time if you have consciously or unconsciously thought of her looked down on women?
  2. RESPOND: In future how you can be mindful and what will you do? 
  3. INTEGRATE: Any time in future, when you may face a situation where you find yourself not acting with mindfully, Pause. Breathe, remember this quote. Choose your actions and in this way Respond vs. Reacting

“Why call her Bad? From her, Kings are born.”

Guru Nanak Dev Ji


About the Author of Quote: Guru Nanak Dev Ji. (Gurmukhi: ਗੁਰੂ ਨਾਨਕ), was the founder and first Guru of Sikhism, was born in the year 1469, in the village Talwandi which is located in the Punjab region of the Indian subcontinent.  Read More


Jaap : Chant & Meditate

We invite you to learn Simran Walking meditation with WAHEGURU mantra s a way to practice meditating. 

 

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Simran Walking Meditation:  meditation with mantra “Waheguru” : 

Simran means (Gurmukhi ਸਿਮਰਨ, Hindi: सिमरण, सिमरन) is a Punjabi word derived from the Sanskrit word स्मरण smaraṇa, “the act of remembrance, reminiscence, and recollection,” which leads to the realization. Simran is a commonly used term as a verb in Gurmukhi, which refers to ‘meditating’ of the Nām, or name, of God.

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Post Author:  Jas. Singh. I have often found myself searching for positive quotes for myself, for my daughters. I have made it my goal to publish daily posts with Positive, Inspiring quotes that are encouraging for us to learn from and apply into our daily lives.

I encourage you to not only read this quote but also to think and write does it mean to you, what and how you will apply it. If you are a leader or manager, inspire, motivate and share the positive quote with others.

Consider Simran Walking Meditation with mantra “Waheguru” as a way to help calm down and reflect on the message.

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