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The supreme person

Discussion in 'Interfaith Dialogues' started by Archived_Member16, Jan 26, 2006.

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    This Shabad is by Guru Arjan Dev Ji in Raag Gauree on Pannaa 266

    sgl purK mih purKu pRDwnu ]
    swDsMig jw kw imtY AiBmwnu ]
    Awps kau jo jwxY nIcw ]
    soaU gnIAY sB qy aUcw ]
    jw kw mnu hoie sgl kI rInw ]
    hir hir nwmu iqin Git Git cInw ]
    mn Apuny qy burw imtwnw ]
    pyKY sgl isRsit swjnw ]
    sUK dUK jn sm idRstyqw ]
    nwnk pwp puMn nhI lypw ]6]

    sagal purakh mehi purakh pradhhaan ||
    saadhhasa(n)g jaa kaa mittai abhimaan ||
    aapas ko jo jaanai neechaa ||
    sooo ganeeai sabh thae oochaa ||
    jaa kaa man hoe sagal kee reenaa ||
    har har naam thin ghatt ghatt cheenaa ||
    man apunae thae buraa mittaanaa ||
    paekhai sagal srisatt saajanaa ||
    sookh dhookh jan sam dhrisattaethaa ||
    naanak paap pu(n)n nehee laepaa ||6||

    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||

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