Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Gateway to Sikhism


1. Farid, he who gives a slap in your face. Pay him not in the same coin;
Rather kiss his feet and retire home.

2. Where the virtue of forgiveness prevails, There the Lord Himself resides.

3. Remove malice from your own heart, And behold, the whole world is your friend.

4. Countless people have perished Without the spirit of forgiveness.

5. Farid, he who practices treachery with you, Do him good in return;
Let not anger enter your heart. Thus you will render yourself immune
From physical and mental ailments, And attain whatever you desire.

6. He, who practiseth forgiveness, This is for him the real keeping of the fast.
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