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Be "The Gurmukh" !

This Shabad is by Guru Amar Daas Ji in Raag Gujri on Pannaa 512

sloku mÚ 3 ]
gurmuiK iDAwn shj Duin aupjY sic nwim icqu lwieAw ]
gurmuiK Anidnu rhY rMig rwqw hir kw nwmu min BwieAw ]
gurmuiK hir vyKih gurmuiK hir bolih gurmuiK hir shij rMgu lwieAw ]
nwnk gurmuiK igAwnu prwpiq hovY iqmr AigAwnu ADyru cukwieAw ]
ijs no krmu hovY Duir pUrw iqin gurmuiK hir nwmu iDAwieAw ]1]

salok ma 3 ||
guramukh dhhiaan sehaj dhhun oupajai sach naam chith laaeiaa ||
guramukh anadhin rehai ra(n)g raathaa har kaa naam man bhaaeiaa ||
guramukh har vaekhehi guramukh har bolehi guramukh har sehaj ra(n)g laaeiaa ||
naanak guramukh giaan paraapath hovai thimar agiaan adhhaer chukaaeiaa ||
jis no karam hovai dhhur pooraa thin guramukh har naam dhhiaaeiaa ||1||

Shalok, Third Mehl:
The Gurmukh meditates on the Lord; the celestial sound-current resounds within him, and he focuses his consciousness on the True Name.
The Gurmukh remains imbued with the Lord's Love, night and day; his mind is pleased with the Name of the Lord.
The Gurmukh beholds the Lord, the Gurmukh speaks of the Lord, and the Gurmukh naturally loves the Lord.
O Nanak, the Gurmukh attains spiritual wisdom, and the pitch-black darkness of ignorance is dispelled.
One who is blessed by the Perfect Lord's Grace - as Gurmukh, he meditates on the Lord's Name. ||1||

 
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