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keep it up, wicked stuff, farsi (Persian) is a language im going to learn. thanks

By the wat is bhai nand lal a sikh, or did he remain a hindu?

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Both these worlds are just a ray of the radiance and splendour of God;

The moon and the sun, both serve Him as His torch bearers.

Zindaginâmâ

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To be careless, negligent, sluggish and apathetic of the memory of God, even for a moment, is equivalent to hundreds of deaths.

For those enlightened and knowledgeable ones, the meditation and remembrance of God is indeed the real life.

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You were just a flower (not long ago) and now you are a full fledged garden embellished with scores and scores of flowers.

You should (enjoy) taking a walk inside this garden and soar like a chaste and innocent bird within it.

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The only solution to every problem is the remembrance of God. In fact, one who remembers God conforms himself into the same category as God himself. (Hale har mushkil hamîn' yaad-e-Khudâ sat. Har ke yaad-e-haqq kunadd zâte Khudâ sat.)

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When you learn that it is God who abides in everyone's heart, it should become your principal purpose in life to be respectful to everyone.

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To indulge in self-propaganda is the work of the ignorant, while to get engaged in meditation is the characteristic of the faithful.

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Make efforts to understand and realize the expansive territory of life, because I have no idea of the direction of the morning breeze from where it came or where it was headed to.

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Oh brother! Do you know how to define "remebrance of Waaheguru"? And, who is it who abides in the hearts and minds of everyone?

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How blessed is the heart that has an innocent eagernes for the love of God! In fact, he becomes a fervent and fascinated devotee for His love.

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