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The Sceptic

1. He who has doubts in his mind, Shall never be at peace.
GURU III, SRI RAG

2. Those who have no faith in Him, What knowledge can they impart?
GURU III, SORATH RAG

3. The non-believer wanders lost in doubt, He churns water and dies in despair.
GURU V, SUHI RAG

4. He remembers not God, Leads the life of a reptile and vegetates;
So loves the sceptic who forgets His Name.
GURU V, GAURI RAG

5. Sceptics are the sick people in this world, They have forgotten the Giver of happiness.
GURU III, MAJH RAG

6. Brother, as far as possible, Avoid the infidel.
GURU V, SORATH RAG

7. The sceptic does his actions under the influence of ego,
He has lost the game of life.
GURU V, MAJH RAG

8. The non-believer has lost himself,
He lives by corrupt and dishonest means.
GURU III, SRI RAG

9. Heretics are lost in hypocrisy and doubt, The load of covetousness sinks their boat.
GURU IV, BILAWAL RAG

10. The faithless is blind and he knows not: One day all will meet the end.
GURU III, MAJH RAG

11. Sceptics do not possess an iota of wisdom, Yet they consider themselves to be wise.
GURU III, SORATH RAG

12. The infidel and ignorant suffer great pains. They forget God's Name and are drowned in the
ocean of Maya.

GURU III, SRI RAG

13. The non-believers are blind, And wander like the devil.
GURU III, MAJH RAG

14. The non-believer is a great loser,
He is lost in superstion;
He is blind and does not remember God,
How can he find the Lord?
GURU I, ASA RAG

15. The infidels are like a plant without foliage,
The conceit within them has severed them from the Lord,
And thrown them far far away.
GURU IV, BILWAL RAG

16. The faithless has not tasted the divine love;
There is the thorn of pride in his mind;
As he proceeds the thorn pricks and gives him much pain;
He suffers the pangs of death.
GURU IV, GAURI RAG

17. The infidel is corrupt of heart, And tells lies.
GURU III, GUJRI RAG

18. The infidel is low, Neither lineage nor caste can save him.
GURU V, GAURI RAG

19. The infidel has no vision, He cannot attain peace.
GURU III, ASA RAG

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