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This Shabad is by Guru Tegh Bahaadur Ji in Raag Dayv Gandhaaree on Pannaa 536
dyvgMDwrI mhlw 9 ]
dhaevaga(n)dhhaaree mehalaa 9 ||
Raag Dayv-Gandhaaree, Ninth Mehla:
jgq mY JUTI dyKI pRIiq ]
jagath mai jhoot(h)ee dhaekhee preeth ||
In this world, I have seen love to be false.
Apny hI suK isau sB lwgy ikAw dwrw ikAw mIq ]1] rhwau ]
apanae hee sukh sio sabh laagae kiaa dhaaraa kiaa meeth ||1|| rehaao ||
Whether they are spouses or friends, all are concerned only with their own happiness. ||1||Pause||
myrau myrau sBY khq hY ihq isau bwiDE cIq ]
maero maero sabhai kehath hai hith sio baadhhiou cheeth ||
All say, ""Mine, mine"", and attach their consciousness to you with love.
AMiq kwil sMgI nh koaU ieh Acrj hY rIiq ]1]
a(n)th kaal sa(n)gee neh kooo eih acharaj hai reeth ||1||
But at the very last moment, none shall go along with you. How strange are the ways of the world! ||1||
mn mUrK AjhU nh smJq isK dY hwirE nIq ]
man moorakh ajehoo neh samajhath sikh dhai haariou neeth ||
The foolish mind has not yet reformed itself, although I have grown weary of continually instructing it.
nwnk Baujlu pwir prY jau gwvY pRB ky gIq ]2]3]6]38]47]
naanak bhoujal paar parai jo gaavai prabh kae geeth ||2||3||6||38||47||
O Nanak, one crosses over the terrifying world-ocean, singing the Songs of God. ||2||3||6||38||47||
This translation is an updated version.