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Kal Ka Kaam Aaj Mat Karo, Usko Kal Tak Rakho.Kya Pata Us Kaam Ko Karne Ki Jaroorat Hi Na Pade--By William Kaamchor...WHAT U THINK

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Asked by Ramesh Jhanwar, 13 Jun '13 04:32 pm
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Right
Answered by Quest, 13 Jun '13 09:09 pm

 
  
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Wow, what an inspiring quote sir ji....!
Answered by Dil Se, 13 Jun '13 05:48 pm

 
  
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Jo aaj kare wo kaal karo
Jo kal kare wo parso
Itna jaldi kya hai yaron
Jab jina hai barso :P
Answered by hillollchakraborty, 13 Jun '13 04:36 pm

 
  
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Kaal karey so aaj kar
aaj karey so ab
pal mein parlai hoyegi
bahuri karogey kab

In this Doha, Kabir has clearly tried to explain the human tendency of laziness and procrastination. It is a known fact that we all tend to postpone matters, we are indecisive and given a choice we would like others to be doing work and we simply enjoying a cool time. When it comes to us, we try to get away by saying, "Very busy, no time." Don't we?

This lethargy is what Kabir is condemning. Besides, according to me, his emphasis is on now, the present, the moment as it is. Now, that is Life, the moment. It is in the now, in the spontaneousness that one gets energized to do, to achieve, to realize. As they say, it is now or never.

Keeping this context in mind, this Kabir Doha clearly teaches us to shed all procrastination and lethargy. It motivates us to do whatever we have to do, and do it now. If we will keep postponing it, then the work will never be done.
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 13 Jun '13 04:35 pm

 
  
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