Ek Omkar Satnam ~ 02
एक ओंकार सतनाम ~ 02
|date & time||22 Nov 1974 am|
|location||Lao Tzu balcony, Poona|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 25min. Quality: good. Missing a sutra (under revision).|
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- (Events 11 - 20 first translated as The True Name, Vol 2 (1994).)
- The sutra
- By divine order all form was created,
- But his order cannot be described.
- Divine order has created all life,
- And by it all greatness bestowed;
- By divine order are some high and some low,
- And pain and pleasure granted;
- By his order do some attain salvation,
- Or endlessly wander through cycles of death and birth.
- All are subject to his order; none is beyond his reach.
- Nanak says, He who understands his order becomes freed from his self.
- Those who know power will sing of his might.
- Knowing charity, some sing of his bounty as the sign.
- Some sing of his virtues and his greatness.
- Some sing of his knowledge, when scholarship is their bent.
- Some sing that he creates the body and turns it back to dust.
- Some sing that the life he takes will again be reborn.
- Some sing that he is far, far away.
- Some sing that he sees all and is everywhere.
- There is no end to his attributes,
- Though a million describe him in a million ways.
- The giver gives eternally, though the receiver tires of receiving;
- Since the beginning of time have they subsisted on his endless bounty.
- He is the ordainer and by his order does the universe turn.
- Says nanak, he is without a care, endlessly blissful.
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