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    This Shabad is by Guru Amar Daas Ji in Raag Maaroo on Pannaa 1089

    pauVI ]
    sUry eyih n AwKIAih AhMkwir mrih duKu pwvih ]
    AMDy Awpu n pCwxnI dUjY pic jwvih ]
    Aiq kroD isau lUJdy AgY ipCY duKu pwvih ]
    hir jIau AhMkwru n BwveI vyd kUik suxwvih ]
    AhMkwir muey sy ivgqI gey mir jnmih iPir Awvih ]9]

    pourree ||
    soorae eaehi n aakheeahi aha(n)kaar marehi dhukh paavehi ||
    a(n)dhhae aap n pashhaananee dhoojai pach jaavehi ||
    ath karodhh sio loojhadhae agai pishhai dhukh paavehi ||
    har jeeo aha(n)kaar n bhaavee vaedh kook sunaavehi ||
    aha(n)kaar mueae sae vigathee geae mar janamehi fir aavehi ||9||

    Pauree:
    They are not called heroes, who die of egotism, suffering in pain.
    The blind ones do not realize their own selves; in the love of duality, they rot.
    They struggle with great anger; here and hereafter, they suffer in pain.
    The Dear Lord is not pleased by egotism; the Vedas proclaim this clearly.
    Those who die of egotism, shall not find salvation. They die, and are reborn in reincarnation. ||9||
     
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