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KUh ivc f`ubI hoeI bwltI dy AMdr vI pwxI hY qy bwhr vI pwxI[ AMdr- bwhr pwxI dy ielwvw kuC nhIN hMudw[ inrMkwr ies pwxI dI qrHW hY Aqy mhWpurS aus bwltI dI qrHW[ qy ijhVI r`sI ies bwltI ƒ bwhr iK`cdI hY auh kuJ hor nhIN, auh b`JIAW rUhW dIAW bynqIAW qy ArjoeIAW hn jo Awpxy mwrg drSn qy bMd-^lwsI leI pukwrdIAW hn[ AiBlwSIAW qy BgqW dI ieh qWG BrI iK`c hI hY jo aus ielwhI joq ƒ ArSI mMflW ivcoN iK`c ky mwq lok ivc lY AwauNdI hY[
bwbw nMd isMG jI mhwrwj
As a bucket lies submerged in deep well full of water within and without. There is nothing but water inside and outside. Water represents Nirankar. The string that pulls this bucket out Is nothing else but the yearning prayer of bound souls thirsting for their own guidance and redemption. It is this yearning pull of aspirants and devotees which makes the Divine leave His Celestial Abode and come down to Human Plane.
Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj