Song not for the weak-hearted

This song is not for the weak-hearted for it has straight profound truths of the illusory life spoken by the great Sufi mystic Kabir Das ji – something that will remind the soul about the ultimate truth of returning to the Source. Not everyone likes to hear or be reminded of this, for the slumber and pangs of attachments and delusions are too strong. One reason, why the Sufi poets were not much liked among the masses. The poetry and songs of such mystics are not widely popular or heard of, because these are the sonnets that the human would naturally like to turn away from for it shatters all beliefs, learnings, illusions of life.. Hence, this song is for seekers of Ultimate Truth and seekers of liberation…. In a few lines Kabir ji successfully explains Advaita and the Self. Wow!

I wrote a few lines to Kuldeep ji (the music composer and Baby Niranjana and was glad to see Kuldeep ji acknowledge the message promptly…. pasting the message here, to share what justice the little singer has done to Kabir ji’s couplets….

Dear Kuldeep ji. Dearest Niranjana… i bow to you all. This song brought me goosebumps and was in tears, because it suddenly shook within me the ultimate truth of an illusory life that comes from the heart of the great mystic poet Kabir Das ji, to whom i bow in reverence. This connects to the soul in purity because it is sung by a divine little child and Kuldeep ji, you made the best choice of choosing this little one for this particular song because Kabir Das ji’s pure words, came out very purely through this pure soul, of course, fully justified by your divine music. Thank you so much for such divine gifts. Keep going, you and your children! Love and blessings.

This song is not for the weak-hearted for it has straight profound truths of the illusory life spoken by the great Sufi mystic Kabir Das ji – something that will remind the soul about the ultimate truth of returning to the Source. Not everyone likes to hear or be reminded of this, for the slumber and pangs of attachments and delusions are too strong. One reason, why the Sufi poets were not much liked among the masses. The poetry and songs of such mystics are not widely popular or heard of, because these are the sonnets that the human would naturally like to turn away from for it shatters all beliefs, learnings, illusions of life.. Hence, this song is for seekers of Ultimate Truth and seekers of liberation…. In a few lines Kabir ji successfully explains Advaita and the Self. Wow!I wrote a few lines to Kuldeep ji (the music composer and Baby Niranjana and was glad to see Kuldeep ji acknowledge the message promptly…. pasting the message here, to share what justice the little singer has done to Kabir ji's couplets…. Dear Kuldeep ji. Dearest Niranjana… i bow to you all. This song brought me goosebumps and was in tears, because it suddenly shook within me the ultimate truth of an illusory life that comes from the heart of the great mystic poet Kabir Das ji, to whom i bow in reverence. This connects to the soul in purity because it is sung by a divine little child and Kuldeep ji, you made the best choice of choosing this little one for this particular song because Kabir Das ji's pure words, came out very purely through this pure soul, of course, fully justified by your divine music. Thank you so much for such divine gifts. Keep going, you and your children! Love and blessings.

Posted by Jacob Shivanand on Sunday, June 16, 2019

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