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Passions

1. There are five robbers in this body, Lust, anger, greed, attachment and pride.
GURU III, SORATH RAG

2. Call him a perfect fool, Who is the slave of his passions Greed, lust and pride.
GURU I, MAJH RAG

3. None can get happiness, By indulging in the passions-lust, anger, greed and conceit.
GURU V, SORATH RAG

4. In the fire of desire, The whole world is being consumed- Greed, conceit and ego hold sway.
GURU III, MAJH RAG

5. My mind has been drowned in passions, I cannot think of this or the next life.
RAVIDASJI, GAURI RAG

6. Entangled in greed, lust and passion, I commit many sins.
GURU V, BIHAGARA RAG

7. Lust, anger, greed pride and passion, By following these one cannot get peace.
GURU V, SORATH RAG

8. Poisoned with passion and greed, One has forgotten the nectar of His Nam.
DHANNAJI, ASA RAG

9. Intoxicated with lust you are lost in passions, And do not distinguish between vice and virtue.
BAINIJI, SRI RAG

10. O proud man, Attracted by wealth and beautiful women, You have forgotten God.
KABIRJI, KENDARA RAG

11. Lost in lust, anger and deceit, my days have been wasted;
Busy in backbiting I have passed my life, And have never remember God.
KABIRJI, MARU RAG

12. Without subduing your passions, Say, how will you be able to realize the Lord?

GURU I, GAURI RAG

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