chal re baikunth tuthey lai taroon (wallpaper)

Our "mind"(maan) is the horse, gurmat is the rider giving the directions ....

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Gauree, Kabeer Jee:
I have grasped the reins and attached the bridle;
abandoning everything, I now ride through the skies. ||1||
I made self-reflection my mount,
and in the stirrups of intuitive poise, I placed my feet. ||1||Pause||
Come, and let me ride you to heaven.
If you hold back, then I shall strike you with the whip of spiritual love. ||2||
Says Kabeer, those who remain detached from the false scriptural traps are the best riders. ||3||31||


I would like you to improve on the wallpaper. I was wondering if you could portray somebody as riding a wild horse, with a whip in hand, and horse might have front legs in air, yet the rider is riding it very calmly, possessing victory!
Just a thought...