Saturday, October 01, 2016
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Friends & Friendship

1. No one is my enemy and none is a stranger tome,
Everyone is my friend.
GURU V, KANARA RAG

2. Think everyone your dear friend.
GURU V, ASA RAG

3. To consider friend and foe alike,
Is the best way of realizing the Lord.
GURU V, GAURI RAG

4. My Lord,
I have not seen any friend like Thee.
GURU I, MARU RAG

5. Friend, if you possess some good, let us be friends,
Let us be partners for doing good,
And let us ignore each other's flaws.
GURU SUHI RAG

6. You may try your best,
Friends are not found by mere talk.
GURU I, TILANG RAG

7. If it is a real friendship, It will never break.
GURU I, SUHI RAG

8. Friendship with the inexperienced and love for a rich person, Are as short-lived as a line drawn on water.
GURU II, ASA RAG

9. Nanak, do not seek friendship with those Who are selfish.
GURU V, GAURI RAG

10. He is my friend, my dear friend,
Who imparts to me the knowledge of God.
GURU V, GAURI RAG

11. Friends, bless me,
So that I may meet the Master.
GURU V, GAURI RAG

12. Nanak, my friendship is with Him
Who is Omnipotent.
GURU V, GAURI RAG

13. If you seek relationship with sceptics,
It will end sooner of later.
GURU V, BILAWAL RAG

14. Friendship with sceptics is temporary,
It may break at any moment.
GURU III, VADHANS RAG

15. The sceptic is selfish,
He cannot be of any service to you.
GURU III, SORATH RAG

16. To seek friendship with sceptics,
Is to commit sin.
GURU III, VADHANS RAG

17. Kabir! To make many friends in this world is not a source of happiness,
Only those are happy who attach their affections to the One.
KABIRJI, SHALOKAS

18. Insincere friends art they,
Who cannot keep company even for a while.
GURU V, GAURI RAG

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