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Guru Nanak



    I live, I live, and I blossom forth, beholding the True Guru.

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    They have wasted away their whole lives in vain, those faithless cynics die regretting and repenting.

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    If undivided brethren, ,living with their father, together make an exertion ,for gain , the father shall on no account give to them unequal shares ,on a division of the estate .

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    He must be acquainted with the ,proper , wages of servants, with the various languages of men, with the manner of keeping goods, and ,the rules of purchase and sale.

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    In that ,country , where the king avoids taking the property of ,mortal sinners, men are born in ,due time ,and are long lived,

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    On women, infants, men of disordered mind, the poor and the sick, the king shall inflict punishment with a whip, a cane, or a rope and the like.

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    Deep within, she is attuned to His Love, intoxicated with delight, her enemies and sufferings are all taken away.

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    He who describes himself to virtuous ,men , in a manner contrary to truth, is the most sinful ,wretch in this world, he is a thief who makes away with his own self.

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    If two ,sons , begotten by two ,different men , contend for the property ,in the hands of their mother, each shall take, to the exclusion of the other, what belonged to his father.

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    Gamblers, dancers and singers, cruel men, men belonging to an heretical sect, those following forbidden occupations, and sellers of spirituous liquor, let him instantly banish from his town.

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    Men of other ,castes , who have unintentionally committed such crimes, ought to be deprived of their whole property, if ,they committed them intentionally, they shall be banished.

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    Who could escape destruction, when he provokes to anger those ,men , by whom the fire was made to consume all things, by whom the ,water of the ocean was made undrinkable, and by whom the moon was made to wane and to increase again?

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    Inwardly and outwardly, they are imbued with devotion, they enshrine love for the True Name.

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    Emotional attachment to Maya is total madness, through the love of duality, one is ruined.

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    Without the Name, some are deluded by doubt, but others, imbued with the Name, enshrine love for the Lord.

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    Imbued with love for the True Lord, he is intoxicated with celestial bliss, and he remains absorbed in the Celestial Lord.

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    Mother and father all are subject to this love, in this love, they are entangled.

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    Deep within her inner being, she is in love with her Lord.

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    Let man and woman, united in marriage, constantly exert themselves, that ,they may not be disunited ,and may not violate their mutual fidelity.

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    Reprehensible is the father who gives not ,his daughter in marriage at the proper time, reprehensible is the husband who approaches not ,his wife in due season , and reprehensible is the son who does not protect his mother after her husband has died.

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    But he whose father is dead, while his grandfather lives, shall, after pronouncing his father s name, mention that of his great grandfather.

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    The production of children, the nurture of those born, and the daily life of men, ,of these matters woman is visibly the cause.

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    Through their passion for men, through their mutable temper, through their natural heartlessness, they become disloyal towards their husbands, however carefully they may be guarded in this ,world .

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    The young, innocent bride intuitively enjoys her Husband Lord, she meets the Architect of karma.

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    The husband is declared to be one with the wife.

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    A sick wife who is kind ,to her husband and virtuous in her conduct, may be superseded ,only with her own consent and must never be disgraced.

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    When the True Guru united me, then I was naturally united with my Husband Lord, and now, I keep Him clasped to my heart.

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    Through that son whom ,a daughter , either not appointed or appointed, may bear to ,a husband of equal ,caste , his maternal grandfather ,has a son s son, he shall present the funeral cake and take the estate.

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    The Lord has perfectly arranged this wedding, the Saints have come together as a wedding party.

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    If one marries, either knowingly or unknowingly, a pregnant ,bride , the child in her womb belongs to him who weds her, and is called ,a son received with the bride .

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    Considering that the highest duty of all castes, even weak husbands ,must strive to guard their wives.

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    For one year let a husband bear with a wife who hates him, but after ,the lapse of a year let him deprive her of her property and cease to cohabit with her.

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    The worthless bride does not know her Husband Lord she is deluded, forgetting her Husband Lord, she weeps and wails.

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    If an appointed daughter by accident dies without ,leaving a son, the husband of the appointed daughter may, without hesitation, take that estate.

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