Friday, October 21, 2016
Gateway to Sikhism


1. There is none save God. Of whom we should be afraid.
Guru III, Sri Rag

2. He alone fears who practices sin, The virtuous is ever happy;
Why should we fear anybody, When we know the Lord is just?
Guru III, Sri Rag

3. He, who is pure of heart, Is devoid of all fear.
Guru IV, Bihagara Rag

4. He, who remembers the Fearless, Has all his fears destroyed.
Guru V, Gauri Rag

5. Fear of sin and suffering do not come near those,
Who remember God's Name.
Guru V, Bihagara Rag

6. By worshipping God, All fears are destroyed.
Guru V, Sorath Rag

7. There is no fear for them Who have fallen at His feet.
Guru V, SorathRag

8. With fear is filled the whole world;
Yea, he alone fears not whose mainstay is the
Nam; He hath no dread who seeks Thy refuge, O Lord,

9. For, Thou doest what Thou willest.
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