My Master Taught Me A Lesson - Poem by Sultan Bahu
My Master taught me a lesson:
'Any moment you are negligent in remembrance of God is a moment spent in denial of God.'
These words opened my eyes to reality,
And I fixed my attention on the Lord.
I then placed my soul in his protection-
Such was the love I cultivated in my heart.
Having thus bequeathed my soul to him, I died before death - to live in him.
Only then did I attain the goal of life, O Bahu!
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