Sākaṯ kao ḏin rain anḏẖārī mohi fāthė māiā jāl. Kẖin pal har parabẖ riḏai na vasio rin bāḏẖė baho biḏẖ bāl.(2)
Saṯsangaṯ mil maṯ buḏẖ pāī hao cẖẖūtė mamṯā jāl. Har nāmā har mīṯẖ lagānā gur kīė sabaḏ nihāl.(3)
Dark are the days and nights of the faithless cynics; they are caught in the trap of attachment to Maya.
The Lord God does not dwell in their hearts, even for an instant; every hair of their heads is totally tied up in debts.(2)
Joining the Sat Sangat, the True Congregation, wisdom and understanding are obtained, and one is released from the traps of egotism and possessiveness.
The Lord's Name, and the Lord, seem sweet to me. Through the Word of His Shabad, the Guru has made me happy.(3)