Fire lits the lamp and light scatters in the darkness. The ink obtained from the lamp is used by the writer.
From that lamp women get collyrium. Therefore by living in the company of good
persons one engages himself in good deeds. With the same ink are written eulogies of the Lord and the clerk writes accounts in his office.
Only gurmukh realises this fact, that the Lord pervades all around
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