As water mixed with black dye looks black
And mixed with red water becomes red; It turns out to be yellow adding yellow dye;
And with the green becomes pleasure-giving green. According to the seasons it becomes hot or cold.
Likewise, the Lord God operates to the needs(of creatures). The
Guru-oriented (gurmukh) who is full of joy understands this mystery.
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