Kabir's are the words that, at times, rock my consciousness. Just as some have a Christ- when they seek Jesus within their own souls, or others a Buddha, I walk with or in Kabir's. And the best part is that when i walk with One, i know the Other is equally splendid, equally close and equally resplendent. I am similarly enriched by the presence of each of these possibilities. For my own Infinite Self contains all these worlds.
End of Duality.
For this road, I take the name Prateeksha!
doha about anger
क्रोध अग्नि घर घर बैठी, जरे सकल संसार दीं लीं निज भक्त जो, तिन के निकट उबार
krodha agni ghar ghar baithi, jarae sakal sansaar
deen leen nij bhakt jo, tin ke nikkat ubaar
the fire of anger sits in every home, burning the entire world down
he that is humble and who surrenders, is the only who shall be saved from burning
the fire of anger resides in the home of each and every- the home of the soul (body) and the home of the individual (where he lives with family) And the flames of this fire are so potent that the human burns in anger, as well as the home burns due to anger...the whole world burns down in anger- inside the home and outside.
(Repeatedly the motif of ghar or ghatt occurs in Kabir's poetry and it refers to both the home of the soul- the body as well as the home of the body- the house with four walls)
Only s/he will be saved from this anger burning him down who surrenders him/herself; so that they will be rescued from the fire.( am not too happy with this way of explaining this!)