The Divine Melody ~ 05
|date & time||5 Jan 1977 am|
|location||Chuang Tzu Auditorium, Poona|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 44min. Quality: good.|
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- Reader of the sutras: Sw Ananda Teertha.
- The sutras
- III.9. Sil Santosh Sada Samadrishti
- He who is meek and contented, he who has an equal vision,
- Whose mind is filled with the fullness
- Of acceptance and of rest;
- He who has seen him and touched him,
- He is freed from all fear and trouble.
- To him the perpetual thought of god
- Is like sandal paste smeared on the body,
- To him nothing else is delight:
- His work and his rest are filled with music:
- He sheds abroad the radiance of love.
- Kabir says: "Touch his feet, who is one and indivisible,
- Immutable and peaceful;
- Who fills all vessels to the brim with joy,
- And whose form is love."
- III.13. Sadh Sangat Pitam
- Go thou to the company of the good,
- Where the beloved one has his dwelling place:
- Take all thy thoughts and love and instruction from thence.
- Let that assembly be burnt to ashes
- Where his name is not spoken!
- Tell me, how couldst thou hold a wedding feast,
- If the bridegroom himself were not there?
- Waver no more, think only of the beloved;
- Set not thy heart on the worship of other gods,
- There is no worth in the worship of other masters.
- Kabir deliberates and says:
- "Thus thou shalt never find the beloved!"
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