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Becoming Steady And Stable

This Shabad is by Guru Arjan Dev Ji in Salok Sehshritee on Pannaa 1354

jnmM q mrxM hrKM q sogM BogM q rogM ]
aUcM q nIcM nwn@w su mUcM ]
rwjM q mwnµ AiBmwnµ q hInµ ]
pRivriq mwrgM vrqMiq ibnwsnµ ]
goibMd Bjn swD sMgyx AsiQrM nwnk BgvMq Bjnwsnµ ]12]

janama(n) th marana(n) harakha(n) th soga(n) bhoga(n) th roga(n) ||
oocha(n) th neecha(n) naanhaa s moocha(n) ||
raaja(n) th maana(n) abhimaana(n) th heena(n) ||
pravirath maaraga(n) varatha(n)th binaasana(n) ||
gobi(n)dh bhajan saadhh sa(n)gaen asathhira(n) naanak bhagava(n)th bhajanaasana(n) ||12||

If there is birth, then there is death. If there is pleasure, then there is pain. If there is enjoyment, then there is disease.
If there is high, then there is low. If there is small, then there is great.
If there is power, then there is pride. If there is egotistical pride, then there will be a fall.
Engrossed in worldly ways, one is ruined.
Meditating and vibrating on the Lord of the Universe in the Company of the Holy, you shall become steady and stable. Nanak vibrates and meditates on the Lord God. ||12||


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