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Contentment

1. Sheikh, without contentment, goes for Haj to Kaaba, Kabir, in whose heart there is no contentment, How can he attain God?
KABIRJI, SHALOKAS

2. Do not trouble anybody,Only then you will be honoured in His Court.
GURU V, GAURI RAG

3. God has blessed man with many things, yet he is discontented, He is blind and there is no end to his desires,
GURU IV, GAURI RAG

4. Without contentment, No one can get true tranquility of mind.
GURU V, GAURI RAG

5. One should be contented, speak the truth, And practice charity.
GURU V, SRI RAG

6. There can be no satisfaction, Without contentment.
GURU V, GAURI RAG

7. Be content with eating bare dry bread and drinking cold water; Do not feel perturbed while seeing the buttered bread of others.
FARIDJI, SHALOKAS

8. Faith and contentment are the food of angelic beings, Yea, they alone will see the vision of the Perfect,There is no place for the idle talkers.
GURU I, SHALOKAS

9. One seeketh pleasure and getteth pain. Why should then I hanker after pleasure which is vain?
KABIRJI, GAURI RAG

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