Covid Consolidation: How Whispers became Noise


It was a midnight whisper to me- A loud earth-shattering sound which was silently delivered to me. Since then, we have been delivering the same whisper silently to you to let you demystify with your breath. Yes, sometimes, we need to make an earth-shattering sound. We are aware some of you would not be able to absorb it. And rightly so, some of you have not been.  


Flowers look beautiful on the tree but for some flowers, that is not their destiny. They must be plucked to become seeds somewhere else or perish if rotten. Trees have to be saved for future generations. Guru Nanak also said something to this effect. 


This is how we evolved in 12 years keeping authenticity intact. If we had to cut our arm and bleed in order to liberate you, we did that. We will not shy away from it. We have never. Samekan is all about that. The challenge we face is that when such an act is done by a guru to a seeker, he embraces it with faith as a blessing of the guru but when we do the same to a person suffering with disease, being devoid of wisdom, it is perceived as brutal, abandonment and selfish. We are committed to being effective, therefore, we are repulsive to pleasant, nice conversation beyond a point. The objective is liberation and, in this process, we cannot tie you down and worse still, when we feel you have tied us down. 

But I want to talk to you today about Covid consolidation. I want to talk to you about how ashamed I feel of ourselves and how much it pains me to see distortions in NVLife. I also want to tell you how this pain that I feel is not good news for each one of you. 



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