‘Kill Me For YOUR Religion You Said?’ A Spiritual Poem by Kashish Gambhir

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When I was born, I did not know which family I was going to take birth in.

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If my parents were Hindus, I automatically became a Hindu.

If my parents were Muslims, I became a Muslim.

It means that the Religion I was given at the time of my birth was not in my hands…

It means that my soul – my atma never came with a stamp of any religion.

then ‘how’ does one religion become ‘MY’ religion or ‘YOUR’ religion?

when’ does one religion become ‘MY’ religion or ‘YOUR’ religion?

‘Kill me for YOUR religion you said?’

Don’t you remember, O Hindu, you were a Muslim in your past life…


Don’t you remember O Muslim, you were a Christian in your previous birth…

Have we forgotten it all?


Why are we killing our own brothers and sisters in the name of religion?

Religion was made by us to love and remember God in our own ways...

This is my commandment, That ye love one another, as I have loved you”, the Bible taught me (John 15:12). (Source),

We are all souls, spiritual beings (Gita 2.13), entitled to rejoice in eternal love with the supremely lovable and loving God, the Bhagavad Geeta stated (Source)

Saach kahon sun laehu sabhai,
jin prem keeou thin hee prabh paaeiou
“…
that those of you, who become loving alone will realize God
~the Guru Granth Sahib Ji taught me
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What has happened to us Human Beings?

When we all were taught the same teachings in different ways,

Why did we loose our path?

You say I can find God only through YOUR Religion…

WHY? Isn’t your God Omnipresent?

Isn’t your God Omniscient?

And if God were to be realized through only one specific religion…

does it not mean that such a God is biased towards his’ other sons and daughters?

And if a Father is biased towards some of his sons and daughters then what kind of Father is that?

How many more lives shall we take to realize this truth?

How many more brothers & sisters shall we kill to realize the omnipresence of God?

When shall we ask these questions to our souls?


Have we still not Awakened?

~Kashish Gambhir

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