In this world, no one accomplishes anything by himself. O Nanak, everything is done by God. || 51 || SHALOK: Because of
the balance due on his account, he can never be released; he makes mistakes each and every moment. O Forgiving Lord,
please forgive me, and carry Nanak across. || 1 || PAUREE: The sinner is unfaithful to himself; he is ignorant, with shallow
understanding. He does not know the essence of all, the One who gave him body, soul and peace. For the sake of personal
profit and Maya, he goes out, searching in the ten directions. He does not enshrine the Generous Lord God, the Great Giver, in
his mind, even for an instant. Greed, falsehood, corruption and emotional attachment these are what he collects within his
mind. The worst perverts, thieves and slanderers he passes his time with them. But if it pleases You, Lord, then You forgive
the counterfeit along with the genuine. O Nanak, if it pleases the Supreme Lord God, then even a stone will float on water. ||
52 || SHALOK: Eating, drinking, playing and laughing, I have wandered through countless incarnations. Please, God, lift me
up and out of the terrifying world-ocean. Nanak seeks Your Support. || 1 || PAUREE: Playing, playing, I have been
reincarnated countless times, but this has only brought pain. Troubles are removed, when one meets with the Holy; immerse
yourself in the Word of the True Guru. Adopting an attitude of tolerance, and gathering truth, partake of the Ambrosial Nectar
of the Name. When my Lord and Master showed His Great Mercy, I found peace, happiness and bliss. My merchandise has
arrived safely, and I have made a great profit; I have returned home with honor. The Guru has given me great consolation,
and the Lord God has come to meet me. He Himself has acted, and He Himself acts. He was in the past, and He shall be in the
future. O Nanak, praise the One, who is contained in each and every heart. || 53 || SHALOK: O God, I have come to Your
Sanctuary, O Merciful Lord, Ocean of compassion. One whose mind is filled with the One Word of the Lord, O Nanak, becomes
totally blissful. || 1 || PAUREE: In the Word, God established the three worlds. Created from the Word, the Vedas are
contemplated. From the Word, came the Shaastras, Simritees and Puraanas. From the Word, came the sound current of the
Naad, speeches and explanations. From the Word, comes the way of liberation from fear and doubt. From the Word, come
religious rituals, karma, sacredness and Dharma. In the visible universe, the Word is seen. O Nanak, the Supreme Lord God
remains unattached and untouched. || 54 || SHALOK: With pen in hand, the Inaccessible Lord writes mans destiny on his
forehead. The Lord of Incomparable Beauty is involved with all. I cannot describe Your Praises with my mouth, O Lord. Nanak
is fascinated, gazing upon the Blessed Vision of Your Darshan; he is a sacrifice to You. || 1 || PAUREE: O Immovable Lord,
O Supreme Lord God, Imperishable, Destroyer of sins: O Perfect, All-pervading Lord, Destroyer of pain, Treasure of virtue: O
Companion, Formless, Absolute Lord, Support of all: O Lord of the Universe, Treasure of excellence, with clear eternal
understanding: Most Remote of the Remote, Lord God: You are, You were, and You shall always be. O Constant Companion of
the Saints, You are the Support of the unsupported. O my Lord and Master, I am Your slave. I am worthless, I have no worth
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Nanak: grant me the Gift of Your Name, Lord, that I may string it and keep it within my heart. || 55 || SHALOK: The Divine
Guru is our mother, the Divine Guru is our father; the Divine Guru is our Lord and Master, the Transcendent Lord. The Divine
Guru is my companion, the Destroyer of ignorance; the Divine Guru is my relative and brother. The Divine Guru is the Giver,
the Teacher of the Lords Name. The Divine Guru is the Mantra which never fails. The Divine Guru is the image of peace, truth
and wisdom. The Divine Guru is the Philosophers Stone touching it, one is transformed. The Divine Guru is the sacred
shrine of pilgrimage, and the pool of divine nectar; bathing in the Gurus wisdom, one experiences the Infinite. The Divine
Guru is the Creator, and the Destroyer of all sins; the Divine Guru is the Purifier of sinners. The Divine Guru existed in the very
beginning, throughout the ages, in each and every age. The Divine Guru is the Mantra of the Lords Name; chanting it, one is
saved. O God, please be merciful to me, that I may be with the Divine Guru; I am a foolish sinner, but holding onto Him, I will
be carried across. The Divine Guru is the True Guru, the Supreme Lord God, the Transcendent Lord; Nanak bows in humble
reverence to the Lord, the Divine Guru. || 1 || Read this Shalok at the beginning, and at the end. ||
GAUREE SUKHMANI, FIFTH MEHL, SHALOK:
RACE OF THE
I bow to the Primal Guru. I bow to the Guru of the ages. I bow to the True Guru. I bow to the Great, Divine Guru. || 1 ||
ASHTAPADEE: Meditate, meditate, meditate in remembrance of Him, and find peace. Worry and anguish shall be dispelled
from your body. Remember in praise the One who pervades the whole Universe. His Name is chanted by countless people, in
so many ways. The Vedas, the Puraanas and the Simritees, the purest of utterances, were created from the One Word of the
Name of the Lord. That one, in whose soul the One Lord dwells the praises of his glory cannot be recounted. Those who
yearn only for the blessing of Your Darshan Nanak: save me along with them! || 1 || Sukhmani: Peace of Mind, the
Nectar of the Name of God. The minds of the devotees abide in a joyful peace. || Pause || Remembering God, one does not
have to enter into the womb again. Remembering God, the pain of death is dispelled. Remembering God, death is eliminated.
Remembering God, ones enemies are repelled. Remembering God, no obstacles are met. Remembering God, one remains
awake and aware, night and day. Remembering God, one is not touched by fear. Remembering God, one does not suffer
sorrow. The meditative remembrance of God is in the Company of the Holy. All treasures, O Nanak, are in the Love of the
Lord. || 2 || In the remembrance of God are wealth, miraculous spiritual powers and the nine treasures. In the remembrance
of God are knowledge, meditation and the essence of wisdom. In the remembrance of God are chanting, intense meditation
and devotional worship. In the remembrance of God, duality is removed. In the remembrance of God are purifying baths at
sacred shrines of pilgrimage. In the remembrance of God, one attains honor in the Court of the Lord. In the remembrance of
God, one becomes good. In the remembrance of God, one flowers in fruition.
They alone remember Him in meditation, whom He inspires to meditate. Nanak grasps the feet of those humble beings. || 3 ||
The remembrance of God is the highest and most exalted of all. In the remembrance of God, many are saved. In the
remembrance of God, thirst is quenched. In the remembrance of God, all things are known. In the remembrance of God, there
is no fear of death. In the remembrance of God, hopes are fulfilled. In the remembrance of God, the filth of the mind is
removed. The Ambrosial Naam, the Name of the Lord, is absorbed into the heart. God abides upon the tongues of His Saints.
Nanak is the servant of the slave of His slaves. || 4 || Those who remember God are wealthy. Those who remember God are
honorable. Those who remember God are approved. Those who remember God are the most distinguished persons. Those
who remember God are not lacking. Those who remember God are the rulers of all. Those who remember God dwell in peace.
Those who remember God are immortal and eternal. They alone hold to the remembrance of Him, unto whom He Himself
shows His Mercy. Nanak begs for the dust of their feet. || 5 || Those who remember God generously help others. Those who
remember God to them, I am forever a sacrifice. Those who remember God their faces are beautiful. Those who
remember God abide in peace. Those who remember God conquer their souls. Those who remember God have a pure and
spotless lifestyle. Those who remember God experience all sorts of joys. Those who remember God abide near the Lord. By the
Grace of the Saints, one remains awake and aware, night and day. O Nanak, this meditative remembrance comes only by
perfect destiny. || 6 || Remembering God, ones works are accomplished. Remembering God, one never grieves.
Remembering God, one speaks the Glorious Praises of the Lord. Remembering God, one is absorbed into the state of intuitive
ease. Remembering God, one attains the unchanging position. Remembering God, the heart-lotus blossoms forth.
Remembering God, the unstruck melody vibrates. The peace of the meditative remembrance of God has no end or limitation.
They alone remember Him, upon whom God bestows His Grace. Nanak seeks the Sanctuary of those humble beings. || 7 ||
Remembering the Lord, His devotees are famous and radiant. Remembering the Lord, the Vedas were composed.
Remembering the Lord, we become Siddhas, celibates and givers. Remembering the Lord, the lowly become known in all four
directions. For the remembrance of the Lord, the whole world was established. Remember, remember in meditation the Lord,
the Creator, the Cause of causes. For the remembrance of the Lord, He created the whole creation. In the remembrance of the
Lord, He Himself is Formless. By His Grace, He Himself bestows understanding. O Nanak, the Gurmukh attains the
remembrance of the Lord. || 8 || 1 || SHALOK: O Destroyer of the pains and the suffering of the poor, O Master of each and
every heart, O Masterless One: I have come seeking Your Sanctuary.
O God, please be with Nanak! || 1 || ASHTAPADEE: Where there is no mother, father, children, friends or siblings O my
mind, there, only the Naam, the Name of the Lord, shall be with you as your help and support. Where the great and terrible
Messenger of Death shall try to crush you, there, only the Naam shall go along with you. Where the obstacles are so very
heavy, the Name of the Lord shall rescue you in an instant. By performing countless religious rituals, you shall not be saved.
The Name of the Lord washes off millions of sins. As Gurmukh, chant the Naam, O my mind. O Nanak, you shall obtain
countless joys. || 1 || The rulers of the all the world are unhappy; one who chants the Name of the Lord becomes happy.
Acquiring hundreds of thousands and millions, your desires shall not be contained. Chanting the Name of the Lord, you shall
find release. By the countless pleasures of Maya, your thirst shall not be quenched. Chanting the Name of the Lord, you shall
be satisfied. Upon that path where you must go all alone, there, only the Lords Name shall go with you to sustain you. On
such a Name, O my mind, meditate forever. O Nanak, as Gurmukh, you shall obtain the state of supreme dignity. || 2 || You
shall not be saved by hundreds of thousands and millions of helping hands. Chanting the Naam, you shall be lifted up and
carried across. Where countless misfortunes threaten to destroy you, the Name of the Lord shall rescue you in an instant.
Through countless incarnations, people are born and die. Chanting the Name of the Lord, you shall come to rest in peace. The
ego is polluted by a filth which can never be washed off. The Name of the Lord erases millions of sins. Chant such a Name with
love, O my mind. O Nanak, it is obtained in the Company of the Holy. || 3 || On that path where the miles cannot be
counted, there, the Name of the Lord shall be your sustenance. On that journey of total, pitch-black darkness, the Name of the
Lord shall be the Light with you. On that journey where no one knows you, with the Name of the Lord, you shall be
recognized. Where there is awesome and terrible heat and blazing sunshine, there, the Name of the Lord will give you shade.
Where thirst, O my mind, torments you to cry out, there, O Nanak, the Ambrosial Name, Har, Har, shall rain down upon you.
|| 4 || Unto the devotee, the Naam is an article of daily use. The minds of the humble Saints are at peace. The Name of the
Lord is the Support of His servants. By the Name of the Lord, millions have been saved. The Saints chant the Praises of the
Lord, day and night. Har, Har the Lords Name the Holy use it as their healing medicine. The Lords Name is the treasure
of the Lords servant. The Supreme Lord God has blessed His humble servant with this gift. Mind and body are imbued with
ecstasy in the Love of the One Lord. O Nanak, careful and discerning understanding is the way of the Lords humble servant.
|| 5 || The Name of the Lord is the path of liberation for His humble servants. With the food of the Name of the Lord, His
servants are satisfied. The Name of the Lord is the beauty and delight of His servants. Chanting the Lords Name, one is never
blocked by obstacles. The Name of the Lord is the glorious greatness of His servants. Through the Name of the Lord, His
servants obtain honor.
The Name of the Lord is the enjoyment and Yoga of His servants. Chanting the Lords Name, there is no separation from Him.
His servants are imbued with the service of the Lords Name. O Nanak, worship the Lord, the Lord Divine, Har, Har. || 6 ||
The Lords Name, Har, Har, is the treasure of wealth of His servants. The treasure of the Lord has been bestowed on His
servants by God Himself. The Lord, Har, Har is the All-powerful Protection of His servants. His servants know no other than the
Lords Magnificence. Through and through, His servants are imbued with the Lords Love. In deepest Samaadhi, they are
intoxicated with the essence of the Naam. Twenty-four hours a day, His servants chant Har, Har. The devotees of the Lord are
known and respected; they do not hide in secrecy. Through devotion to the Lord, many have been liberated. O Nanak, along
with His servants, many others are saved. || 7 || This Elysian Tree of miraculous powers is the Name of the Lord. The
Khaamadhayn, the cow of miraculous powers, is the singing of the Glory of the Lords Name, Har, Har. Highest of all is the
Lords Speech. Hearing the Naam, pain and sorrow are removed. The Glory of the Naam abides in the hearts of His Saints. By
the Saints kind intervention, all guilt is dispelled. The Society of the Saints is obtained by great good fortune. Serving the
Saint, one meditates on the Naam. There is nothing equal to the Naam. O Nanak, rare are those, who, as Gurmukh, obtain the
Naam. || 8 || 2 || SHALOK: The many Shaastras and the many Simritees I have seen and searched through them all.
They are not equal to Har, Haray O Nanak, the Lords Invaluable Name. || 1 || ASHTAPADEE: Chanting, intense
meditation, spiritual wisdom and all meditations; the six schools of philosophy and sermons on the scriptures; the practice of
Yoga and righteous conduct; the renunciation of everything and wandering around in the wilderness; the performance of all
sorts of works; donations to charities and offerings of jewels to fire; cutting the body apart and making the pieces into
ceremonial fire offerings; keeping fasts and making vows of all sorts none of these are equal to the contemplation of the
Name of the Lord, O Nanak, if, as Gurmukh, one chants the Naam, even once. || 1 || You may roam over the nine
continents of the world and live a very long life; you may become a great ascetic and a master of disciplined meditation and
burn yourself in fire; you may give away gold, horses, elephants and land; you may practice techniques of inner cleansing and
all sorts of Yogic postures; you may adopt the self-mortifying ways of the Jains and great spiritual disciplines; piece by piece,
you may cut your body apart; but even so, the filth of your ego shall not depart. There is nothing equal to the Name of the
Lord. O Nanak, as Gurmukh, chant the Naam, and obtain salvation. || 2 || With your mind filled with desire, you may give up
your body at a sacred shrine of pilgrimage; but even so, egotistical pride shall not be removed from your mind. You may
practice cleansing day and night, but the filth of your mind shall not leave your body. You may subject your body to all sorts of
disciplines, but your mind will never be rid of its corruption. You may wash this transitory body with loads of water, but how
can a wall of mud be washed clean? O my mind, the Glorious Praise of the Name of the Lord is the highest; O Nanak, the
Naam has saved so many of the worst sinners. || 3 || Even with great cleverness, the fear of death clings to you.
You try all sorts of things, but your thirst is still not satisfied. Wearing various religious robes, the fire is not extinguished. Even
making millions of efforts, you shall not be accepted in the Court of the Lord. You cannot escape to the heavens, or to the
nether regions, if you are entangled in emotional attachment and the net of Maya. All other efforts are punished by the
Messenger of Death, which accepts nothing at all, except meditation on the Lord of the Universe. Chanting the Name of the
Lord, sorrow is dispelled. O Nanak, chant it with intuitive ease. || 4 || One who prays for the four cardinal blessings should
commit himself to the service of the Saints. If you wish to erase your sorrows, sing the Name of the Lord, Har, Har, within your
heart. If you long for honor for yourself, then renounce your ego in the Saadh Sangat, the Company of the Holy. If you fear
the cycle of birth and death, then seek the Sanctuary of the Holy. Those who thirst for the Blessed Vision of Gods Darshan
Nanak is a sacrifice, a sacrifice to them. || 5 || Among all persons, the supreme person is the one who gives up his
egotistical pride in the Company of the Holy. One who sees himself as lowly, shall be accounted as the highest of all. One
whose mind is the dust of all, recognizes the Name of the Lord, Har, Har, in each and every heart. One who eradicates cruelty
from within his own mind, looks upon all the world as his friend. One who looks upon pleasure and pain as one and the same,
O Nanak, is not affected by sin or virtue. || 6 || To the poor, Your Name is wealth. To the homeless, Your Name is home. To
the dishonored, You, O God, are honor. To all, You are the Giver of gifts. O Creator Lord, Cause of causes, O Lord and Master,
Inner-knower, Searcher of all hearts: You alone know Your own condition and state. You Yourself, God, are imbued with
Yourself. You alone can celebrate Your Praises. O Nanak, no one else knows. || 7 || Of all religions, the best religion is to
chant the Name of the Lord and maintain pure conduct. Of all religious rituals, the most sublime ritual is to erase the filth of
the dirty mind in the Company of the Holy. Of all efforts, the best effort is to chant the Name of the Lord in the heart, forever.
Of all speech, the most ambrosial speech is to hear the Lords Praise and chant it with the tongue. Of all places, the most
sublime place, O Nanak, is that heart in which the Name of the Lord abides. || 8 || 3 || SHALOK: You worthless, ignorant
fool dwell upon God forever. Cherish in your consciousness the One who created you; O Nanak, He alone shall go along
with you. || 1 || ASHTAPADEE: Think of the Glory of the All-pervading Lord, O mortal; what is your origin, and what is your
appearance? He who fashioned, adorned and decorated you in the fire of the womb, He preserved you. In your infancy, He
gave you milk to drink. In the flower of your youth, He gave you food, pleasure and understanding. As you grow old, family
and friends are there to feed you as you rest.
This worthless person has not appreciated in the least, all the good deeds done for him. If you bless him with forgiveness, O
Nanak, only then will he be saved. || 1 || By His Grace, you abide in comfort upon the earth. With your children, siblings,
friends and spouse, you laugh. By His Grace, you drink in cool water. You have peaceful breezes and priceless fire. By His
Grace, you enjoy all sorts of pleasures. You are provided with all the necessities of life. He gave you hands, feet, ears, eyes
and tongue, and yet, you forsake Him and attach yourself to others. Such sinful mistakes cling to the blind fools; Nanak: uplift
and save them, God! || 2 || From beginning to end, He is our Protector, and yet, the ignorant do not give their love to Him.
Serving Him, the nine treasures are obtained, and yet, the foolish do not link their minds with Him. Our Lord and Master is
Ever-present, forever and ever, and yet, the spiritually blind believe that He is far away. In His service, one obtains honor in
the Court of the Lord, and yet, the ignorant fool forgets Him. Forever and ever, this person makes mistakes; O Nanak, the
Infinite Lord is our Saving Grace. || 3 || Forsaking the jewel, they are engrossed with a shell. They renounce Truth and
embrace falsehood. That which passes away, they believe to be permanent. That which is immanent, they believe to be far off.
They struggle for what they must eventually leave. They turn away from the Lord, their Help and Support, who is always with
them. They wash off the sandalwood paste; like donkeys, they are in love with the mud. They have fallen into the deep, dark
pit. Nanak: lift them up and save them, O Merciful Lord God! || 4 || They belong to the human species, but they act like
animals. They curse others day and night. Outwardly, they wear religious robes, but within is the filth of Maya. They cannot
conceal this, no matter how hard they try. Outwardly, they display knowledge, meditation and purification, but within clings the
dog of greed. The fire of desire rages within; outwardly they apply ashes to their bodies. There is a stone around their neck
how can they cross the unfathomable ocean? Those, within whom God Himself abides O Nanak, those humble beings are
intuitively absorbed in the Lord. || 5 || By listening, how can the blind find the path? Take hold of his hand, and then he can
reach his destination. How can a riddle be understood by the deaf? Say night, and he thinks you said day. How can the
mute sing the Songs of the Lord? He may try, but his voice will fail him. How can the cripple climb up the mountain? He simply
cannot go there. O Creator, Lord of Mercy Your humble servant prays; Nanak: by Your Grace, please save me. || 6 || The
Lord, our Help and Support, is always with us, but the mortal does not remember Him. He shows love to his enemies. He lives
in a castle of sand. He enjoys the games of pleasure and the tastes of Maya. He believes them to be permanent this is the
belief of his mind. Death does not even come to mind for the fool. Hate, conflict, sexual desire, anger, emotional attachment,
falsehood, corruption, immense greed and deceit:
So many lifetimes are wasted in these ways. Nanak: uplift them, and redeem them, O Lord show Your Mercy! || 7 || You
are our Lord and Master; to You, I offer this prayer. This body and soul are all Your property. You are our mother and father;
we are Your children. In Your Grace, there are so many joys! No one knows Your limits. O Highest of the High, Most Generous
God, the whole creation is strung on Your thread. That which has come from You is under Your Command. You alone know
Your state and extent. Nanak, Your slave, is forever a sacrifice. || 8 || 4 || SHALOK: One who renounces God the Giver, and
attaches himself to other affairs O Nanak, he shall never succeed. Without the Name, he shall lose his honor. || 1 ||
ASHTAPADEE: He obtains ten things, and puts them behind him; for the sake of one thing withheld, he forfeits his faith. But
what if that one thing were not given, and the ten were taken away? Then, what could the fool say or do? Our Lord and Master
cannot be moved by force. Unto Him, bow forever in adoration. That one, unto whose mind God seems sweet all pleasures
come to abide in his mind. One who abides by the Lords Will, O Nanak, obtains all things. || 1 || God the Banker gives
endless capital to the mortal, who eats, drinks and expends it with pleasure and joy. If some of this capital is later taken back
by the Banker, the ignorant person shows his anger. He himself destroys his own credibility, and he shall not again be trusted.
When one offers to the Lord, that which belongs to the Lord, and willingly abides by the Will of Gods Order, the Lord will make
him happy four times over. O Nanak, our Lord and Master is merciful forever. || 2 || The many forms of attachment to Maya
shall surely pass away know that they are transitory. People fall in love with the shade of the tree, and when it passes
away, they feel regret in their minds. Whatever is seen, shall pass away; and yet, the blindest of the blind cling to it. One who
gives her love to a passing traveler nothing shall come into her hands in this way. O mind, the love of the Name of the Lord
bestows peace. O Nanak, the Lord, in His Mercy, unites us with Himself. || 3 || False are body, wealth, and all relations.
False are ego, possessiveness and Maya. False are power, youth, wealth and property. False are sexual desire and wild anger.
False are chariots, elephants, horses and expensive clothes. False is the love of gathering wealth, and reveling in the sight of
it. False are deception, emotional attachment and egotistical pride. False are pride and self-conceit. Only devotional worship is
permanent, and the Sanctuary of the Holy. Nanak lives by meditating, meditating on the Lotus Feet of the Lord. || 4 || False
are the ears which listen to the slander of others. False are the hands which steal the wealth of others.
False are the eyes which gaze upon the beauty of anothers wife. False is the tongue which enjoys delicacies and external
tastes. False are the feet which run to do evil to others. False is the mind which covets the wealth of others. False is the body
which does not do good to others. False is the nose which inhales corruption. Without understanding, everything is false.
Fruitful is the body, O Nanak, which takes to the Lords Name. || 5 || The life of the faithless cynic is totally useless. Without
the Truth, how can anyone be pure? Useless is the body of the spiritually blind, without the Name of the Lord. From his mouth,
a foul smell issues forth. Without the remembrance of the Lord, day and night pass in vain, like the crop which withers without
rain. Without meditation on the Lord of the Universe, all works are in vain, like the wealth of a miser, which lies useless.
Blessed, blessed are those, whose hearts are filled with the Name of the Lord. Nanak is a sacrifice, a sacrifice to them. || 6 ||
He says one thing, and does something else. There is no love in his heart, and yet with his mouth he talks tall. The Omniscient
Lord God is the Knower of all. He is not impressed by outward display. One who does not practice what he preaches to others,
shall come and go in reincarnation, through birth and death. One whose inner being is filled with the Formless Lord by his
teachings, the world is saved. Those who are pleasing to You, God, know You. Nanak falls at their feet. || 7 || Offer your
prayers to the Supreme Lord God, who knows everything. He Himself values His own creatures. He Himself, by Himself, makes
the decisions. To some, He appears far away, while others perceive Him near at hand. He is beyond all efforts and clever
tricks. He knows all the ways and means of the soul. Those with whom He is pleased are attached to the hem of His robe. He
is pervading all places and interspaces. Those upon whom He bestows His favor, become His servants. Each and every
moment, O Nanak, meditate on the Lord. || 8 || 5 || SHALOK: Sexual desire, anger, greed and emotional attachment
may these be gone, and egotism as well. Nanak seeks the Sanctuary of God; please bless me with Your Grace, O Divine Guru.
|| 1 || ASHTAPADEE: By His Grace, you partake of the thirty-six delicacies; enshrine that Lord and Master within your mind.
By His Grace, you apply scented oils to your body; remembering Him, the supreme status is obtained. By His Grace, you dwell
in the palace of peace; meditate forever on Him within your mind. By His Grace, you abide with your family in peace; keep His
remembrance upon your tongue, twenty-four hours a day. By His Grace, you enjoy tastes and pleasures; O Nanak, meditate
forever on the One, who is worthy of meditation. || 1 || By His Grace, you wear silks and satins; why abandon Him, to attach
yourself to another? By His Grace, you sleep in a cozy bed; O my mind, sing His Praises, twenty-four hours a day.
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