Thursday, October 27, 2016
Gateway to Sikhism


Good is the month of Manghar for those, who merge in the Lord's Being, by singing His praise. The virtuous wife utters the Lord's praise. My ever-stable love is pleasing to me. Moveless, wise and Omniscient is my Creator-Lord, but the whole world is moveable. They, who possess the virtue of the gnosis and meditation, merge in the Lord's Being. They are pleasing the Lord and the Lord is pleasing to them. The songs, music and the poems of poets have I heard, but it is through the Lord's Name that sorrow flees. Nanak, only that bride is dear unto her Groom, who in His presence performs the hearty service of her Beloved

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