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Sukh dhukh sam kar jaaneeahi sabadh bhaedh sukh hoe ||5||
Those who see pain and pleasure as one and the same find peace; they are pierced through by the Shabad (Guru Nanak Dev Jee)
theh anehath sunn vajaavehi thoorae ||
There, the unstruck sound current (nada) of the absolute vibrates and resounds.
manamukh houmai vishhurrae maeree jindhurreeeae
bikh baadhhae houmai jaalae raam ||
Through egotism, the self-willed manmukhs are separated, O my soul; bound to poison, they are burnt by egotism
naa vaeshhorriaa vishhurrai sabh mehi rehiaa samaae ||
In separation, He is not separated from us; He is pervading and permeating amongst all.
dhoojai bhaae agiaan dhuhaelaa ||4||
In the love of duality and ignorance, you suffer. ||4||
eihu jag maaeiaa mohi viaapiaa dhoojai bharam bhulaae ||4||
This world, engrossed through attachment to Maya; its duality and doubt, leading it astray.

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