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I feel the same way. Are those banis towards the end of SGGS ji for later in life?

Whatever has been created shall be destroyed; everyone shall perish, today or tomorrow. Says Nanak, meditate in remembrance on Him, and all your works will be successful.

Too Young to contemplate Salok Mahalla 9? : Sikh

Now my question is does he have a point? Please do not spam, or post unreasonably frequently. He has given you your body and wealth, but you are not in love with Him.

Although I think I can ealok where youre father is coming magalla I have to disagree. As always, thank you for your time. Regardless of ones age group you can always learn something from Bani, even if you feel you are too young or old for it.

But not to let them scare or depress me. I have to agree with you, this shabad definitely seems aimed at the elderly. Remembering Him in meditation, salvation is attained; vibrate and meditate on Him, O my friend. Youre father doesn’t want you to get depressed about life and drop out of sansaric jeevan completely which you shouldnt do.


Says Nanak, without meditating on the Lord, he is caught in the noose of Death. Forgive my mistakes and negligence. Therefore reading and contemplating those banis at the later stages of life will have a greater impact on getting us to remember the Naam.

They’re still 2 of my favourite banis; not only is the poetry compelling, the banis do a great job of reminding me that my health and age will pass before I know it, and that I should not be wasting my youth. One who is not affected by pleasure or pain, who looks upon friend and enemy alike.

You’re too young to worry about this.

I would personally say no. It seems like the general consensus is to keep on listening to those banis and learn from them. That mortal who chants the Praises of the Lord, O Nanak, conquers the world. Rules Its Sikhi not ” Sikhism ” Read and follow reddiquette. That mortal, aslok forsakes egotism, and realizes the Creator Lord.

He plots to deceive others, O Nanak, but he places the noose around his own neck instead. Says Nanak, without meditating on the Lord, what is the use of this human life?

Raam Chand passed away, as did Raawan, even though he had lots of relatives. Want to add to the discussion? These are the Popular Banis of Sikhism. Night and day, for the mzhalla of Maya, the mortal wanders constantly. So that’s why I should read happy banis like Anand Sahib.

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O Nanak, know that his body is like that of a pig, or a dog. This is the way of the world, O Nanak; nothing is stable or permanent. Your wealth, spouse, and all the possessions which you claim as your own. We should all read and contemplate all Bani becuase we dont know when we will die.

My strength is exhausted, and I am in bondage; I cannot do anything at all. Please do not downvote things you “disagree” with. Says Nanak, meditate, vibrate upon the Lord, and you shall not be caught in the noose of death. Says Nanak, meditate, vibrate upon the Lord; immerse your mind in Him, like the fish in the water. He said that was for later, for when I’m older and in my 60’s. However I don’t see why we can’t read and contemplate those banis now.

Says Nanak, listen, man: The mortal does not remember the Lord, even for a moment; he is blinded by the wine of Maya. He aligned with no religion.

As far as im concerned there is no order than Bani must be read in depending on the age group.