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This Shabad is by Bhagat Kabeer Ji in Raag Maaroo on Pannaa 1103
audk smuMd sll kI swiKAw ndI qrMg smwvihgy ]
oudhak samu(n)dh salal kee saakhiaa nadhee thara(n)g samaavehigae ||
Like drops of water in the water of the ocean, and like waves in the stream, I merge in the Lord.
suMnih suMnu imilAw smdrsI pvn rUp hoie jwvihgy ]1]
su(n)nehi su(n)n miliaa samadharasee pavan roop hoe jaavehigae ||1||
Merging my being into the Absolute Being of God, I have become impartial and transparent, like the air. ||1||
bhuir hm kwhy Awvihgy ]
bahur ham kaahae aavehigae ||
Why should I come into the world again?
Awvn jwnw hukmu iqsY kw hukmY buiJ smwvihgy ]1] rhwau ]
aavan jaanaa hukam thisai kaa hukamai bujh samaavehigae ||1|| rehaao ||
Coming and going is by the Hukam of His Command; realizing His Hukam, I shall merge in Him. ||1||Pause||
jb cUkY pMc Dwqu kI rcnw AYsy Brmu cukwvihgy ]
jab chookai pa(n)ch dhhaath kee rachanaa aisae bharam chukaavehigae ||
When the body, formed of the five elements, perishes, then any such doubts shall end.
drsnu Coif Bey smdrsI eyko nwmu iDAwvihgy ]2]
dharasan shhodd bheae samadharasee eaeko naam dhhiaavehigae ||2||
Giving up the different schools of philosophy, I look upon all equally; I meditate only on the One Name. ||2||
ijq hm lwey iqq hI lwgy qYsy krm kmwvihgy ]
jith ham laaeae thith hee laagae thaisae karam kamaavehigae ||
Whatever I am attached to, to that I am attached; such are the deeds I do.
hir jI ik®pw kry jau ApnI qO gur ky sbid smwvihgy ]3]
har jee kirapaa karae jo apanee tha gur kae sabadh samaavehigae ||3||
When the Dear Lord grants His Grace, then I am merged in the Word of the Guru's Shabad. ||3||
jIvq mrhu mrhu Puin jIvhu punrip jnmu n hoeI ]
jeevath marahu marahu fun jeevahu punarap janam n hoee ||
Die while yet alive, and by so dying, be alive; thus you shall not be reborn again.
khu kbIr jo nwim smwny suMn rihAw ilv soeI ]4]4]
kahu kabeer jo naam samaanae su(n)n rehiaa liv soee ||4||4||
Says Kabeer, whoever is absorbed in the Naam remains lovingly absorbed in the Primal, Absolute Lord. ||4||4||