Title inspired by Wu’hsin, the Chinese philosopher Continue reading →
Category / philosophy
“The world is my family”, originally comes from the Upanishads, ancient Sanskrit tomes.
In this time of a global pandemic and near-universal lockdown, it has salience in that we’re truly all in it together – East, West, rich, poor, black, white, brown, Hindu, Muslim, young, old – and the only way to overcome, recover, heal it is by forming a brotherhood.
Presenting Adi Sankara’s Nirvana Shatakam, which summarizes the basic teachings of Advaita Vedanta, or non-dualism. It was written around 788-820 CE. Immerse yourself in the depth and import of the words! Continue reading →
Existentialism & The Search – A Sufi Song
Who am I, who are you, who are we? A subcontinental classic re-rendered with so much soul by Rabbi Shergill. Enjoy, with the below translation to the Punjabi lyrics.