Friday, November 24, 2017
Gateway to Sikhism


1. If you do not think evil of others.
My friend, no one will think evil of you.

2. Do not harbour ill-will for any person,
For the Lord resides in all.

3. Brother, do not think evil of other persons,
Thus you will remain happy for ever.

4. None is my enemy and none has any ill-will against me,
Nanak, none, is evil
I serve the Guru and I am a slave of my Master.

5. To talk ill of others is not good,
Only mean, ignorant persons talk thus.
Guru III, Suhi RAG

6. Brother, do not think evil of others,
And then no evil will come unto you.
Guru V, Gauri RAG

7. He who is full of jealousy of others,
Shall never get peace.
Guru IV, Gauri RAG

8. He who bears ill-will to others,
No good shall be done unto him.
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