Dhan Dhan Guru De Pyarai Daughter of Sri Guru Gobind Sahib Ji Daughter of Mata Sahib Kaur Ji Fearless Warriors Courageous Mothers Determined Daughters They suffered great in-humane tortures Watch their children bleed to death Witnessed the brutal murder of their husbands Yet, they fought for freedom and faith Remembered Guru Ji in every breath And were an Inspiration to all Sikhs We are a Kaur Princess We are a Brave Lioness We are the Daughters of the Khalsa

“Mommy I want some Waheguru…”

The phrase above is exactly what a young child said to her mother at the Gurdwara. The mom’s face went completely blank. What did the child mean, she wanted some Waheguru? She told her to close her eyes and do Simran, and she will get some Waheguru. The child looked confused, but she did what her mother told her. After a few mintues, she says to her mother, “Mommy, no one came, no one brought me Waheguru.” The mother, once again distracted by her Daughter, says,

“Continue to close your eyes, and eventually Waheguru will come...”

This conversation happened a few times before the ardaas happened for the evening. At this point Degh was being given out by the Sevadars to the remaining Sangat left in the Gurdwara. The child quickly put up her two hands and got some Parshahd. Afters she had eaten it all up, she says to her mother, “Mommy, I got some Waheguru…”

The funny thing was, when the child was asking her mother for “Waheguru” she meant she wanted some Degh. Her mother asked her why she referred to the Degh as Waheguru, and the child responds,

“When the Baba Ji’s come around giving it to people, he always says Waheguru!”

(I thought this was such a cute story, had to share it with the Sangat)
Picture: Mrsikhnet.com

by FaujKaur @ Thursday, March 22, 2007
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