Saturday, January 21, 2017
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1. As you sow, so you shall reap; This body is the result of your actions.
(Guru V, Jaitsri Rag)

2. All your actions without remembering him, Are as futile as decorations on a corpse.
(Guru V, Gauri Rag)
3. Cursed be those actions, Which are done without remembering the Lord.
(Guru V, Gauri Rag)
4. O foolish mind! Why do you grumble, When you are rewarded according to your own
(Guru V, Gauri Rag)
5. If your feet are limp, It is because of your own deeds.
(Guru I, Asa Rag)
6. I shall reap the fruit of my labour.
(Guru I, Asa Rag)
7. Whatsoever you sow, you shall reap The fruit thereof.
(Guru I, Japji)
8. We shall all have to render, An account of our actions.
(Guru I, Asa Rag)
9. I have been separated from Thee due to my own actions, Why should I blame others?
(Guru V, Majh Rag)
10. He who sings His praises and does good actions Will merge into Him.
(Guru III, GauriI Rag)
11. I am slave to him, Who does good actions.
(Guru III, Asa Rag)
12. In the end, you will be judged According to your own actions.
(Kabirji, Sorath Rag)
13. Why blame other people? I have to blame my own actions; As I have acted so are the fruits.
(Guru I, Asa Rag)
14. On the soil of your mind Sow the seed of good actions;
Water this field with His Nam.
(Guru I, Sri Rag)
15. Life devoid of good actions Is all in vain.
(Guru I, Sri Rag)
16. Give up bad actions And only do good ones.
(Guru, I, Sorath Rag)
17. He who encroaches upon another's possessions, How long will his actions remain concealed?
(Guru V, Jaijavanthi Rag)
18. Why delay doing good, Delay if the action is evil.
(Guru V, Jaijavanthi Rag)
19. I ignoramus, why do you blaspheme God, When you are to get according to your own actions?
(Trilochanji, Dhanasri Rag)
20. Our actions keep us far, Or draw us near Him.
(Guru I, Japji)
21. As are one's deeds, So doth one gather the fruits therof.
(Guru V, Gauri Rag)
22. In the whole wide world that I see around, Nothing can be gained without good actions.
(Guru I, Japji)
23. There can be no worship, Without doing good actions.
(Guru I, Japji)
24. Without pleasing God. All actions are worthless.
(Guru V, Gauri Rag)
25. Without pleasing God, All actions are worthless.
(Guru V, Gauri Rag)
26. All people are under One Sovereign, Who holds them responsible for their actions.
(Guru I, Basant Rag)
27. Divine knowledge ripeneth, By good acts.
(Guru I, Majh Rag)
28. Do good deeds, And get their reward.
(Kabirji, Asa Rag)
29. Man's actions in this world, Shall bear witness in God's Court.
(Faridji, Shlokas)
30. Our acts, right and wrong, At Thy Court shall come to judgement;
Some be seated near Thy seat, Some ever kept distant; 
The toils have ended of those; That have worshipped Thee;
O Nanak, their faces are lit with joyful radiance, And many others they set free. 
(Guru I, Japji)
31. Nanak, should He forgive, Shall we be forgiven, Or else, dirt will go on accumulating.
(Guru I, MAJH Rag)
32. Your Grace is such, my Master, That all my undertakings have met with success.
(Guru V, Asa Rag)
33. If you sing God's glory, All your undertakings will bear fruit.
(Guru V, Kalyan Rag)
34. Those upon whom the Master of this universe, bestowes His Grace, Enshrine the Lord in their mind,
And in the Court of Dharam Raj the record of their deeds is torn off: Nanak, thus I am redeemed of all my accounts.
(Guru IV, Jaitsri Rag)
35. The Lord hath created myriads of species, But he alone meeteth the Guru on whom is the Lord's Grace;
His sins are washed off and he is made pure, And at the True Door, he is made Beauteous by Nam.
(Guru III, Majh Rag)

36. If the Lord asks for the account of actions, O who can answer? If one renders the account, it is in vain to count
in twos and threes, So one should pray for His Grace.

(Guru III, Majh Rag)

37. We are saved not, If Thou judgest according to our actions, Forgive us, O Thou Forgiver of all, And lead Nanak across this ocean of life.
(Guru V, Gauri Rag) 
38. Call me not to account, For, thus I am saved not; Without any merit am I, Save me, O Lord! Ever Forgiver art Thou, ever Beneficent, And Thou art the Support of us all; Nanak, Thy devotee followeth the way of the Saints,
Save him Thou, o Lord, this time.
(Guru I, Todi Rag)
39. Countless sinners, on bowing to the Lord's feet, Became sanctified.
(Guru I, Maru Rag) will strive to be most comprehensive directory of Historical Gurudwaras and Non Historical Gurudwaras around the world.

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