Who is fond of death
Who is fond of death, my dear
Who is fond of death, tell me
I am eager to hear from you here.
Is death pleasing tell me and
Tell me how you are living here
Without facing the death, my dear.
Life is not common, my dear
But death is common and if you are
To lament then lament for life only.
Knowledge of death is necessary, my dear
Knowledge of life is not so required
Know the death first before living.
You are to experienced both here
Life and death and in both you could find
Celestial enjoyment, my dear without jealousy or envy.
Innumerable obstacles are there both
In life and death, my dear, equally in death and
In life you could find limitations and disturbances .
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