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Remembering God

Remembering God, one's 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.

Source: "Sukhmani," Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Pg. 263: 6.
Translated by Singh Sahib Dr. Sant Singh Khalsa (at Sihks.org).

 



He alone is in the mind; He alone is everywhere. The Perfect Lord is totally permeating and pervading everywhere.
The Perfect Guru has dispelled all doubts. Remembering the Lord in meditation, Nanak has found peace.

Source: "Raag Gauree/Raga Gauri," Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Pg. 178.
Translated by Singh Sahib Dr. Sant Singh Khalsa (at Sihks.org).

 

Those who remember God

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.

Source: "Sukhmani," Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Pg. 263: 4.
Translated by Singh Sahib Dr. Sant Singh Khalsa (at Sihks.org).

 


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