So speaks KALL: fruitful is the life of one who meets with Guru Amar Daas, radiant with the Light of God. ||8||
On His right hand is the sign of the lotus; the Siddhis, the supernatural spiritual powers, await His Command.
On His left are worldly powers, which fascinate the three worlds.
The Inexpressible Lord abides in His Heart; He alone knows this joy.
Guru Amar Daas utters the words of devotion, imbued with the Love of the Lord.
On His forehead is the true insignia of the Lord's Mercy; with his palms pressed together, KALL meditates on Him.
Whoever meets with the Guru, the certified True Guru, has all his desires fulfilled. ||9||
Supremely fruitful are the feet which walk upon the path of Guru Amar Daas.
Supremely fruitful are the hands which touch the feet of Guru Amar Daas.
Supremely fruitful is the tongue which utters the praises of Guru Amar Daas.
Supremely fruitful are the eyes which behold Guru Amar Daas.
Supremely fruitful are the ears which hear the Praises of Guru Amar Daas.
Fruitful is the heart in which Guru Amar Daas, the Father of the world, Himself abides.
Fruitful is the head, says Jaalap, which bows forever before Guru Amar Daas. ||1||10||
They do not suffer pain or hunger, and they cannot be called poor.
They do not grieve, and their limits cannot be found.
They do not serve anyone else, but they give gifts to hundreds and thousands.
They sit on beautiful carpets; they establish and disestablish at will.
They find peace in this world, and live fearlessly amidst their enemies.
They are fruitful and prosperous, says Jaalap. Guru Amar Daas is pleased with them. ||2||11||
You read about the One Lord, and enshrine Him in Your mind; You realize the One and Only Lord.
With Your eyes and the words You speak, You dwell upon the One Lord; You do not know any other place of rest.
You know the One Lord while dreaming, and the One Lord while awake. You are absorbed in the One.
At the age of seventy-one, You began to march towards the Indestructible Lord.
The One Lord, who takes hundreds of thousands of forms, cannot be seen. He can only be described as One.
So speaks Jaalap: O Guru Amar Daas, You long for the One Lord, and believe in the One Lord alone. ||3||12||
The understanding which Jai Dayv grasped, the understanding which permeated Naam Dayv,
the understanding which was in the consciousness of Trilochan and known by the devotee Kabeer,
by which Rukmaangad constantly meditated on the Lord, O Siblings of Destiny,
which brought Ambreek and Prahlaad to seek the Sanctuary of the Lord of the Universe, and which brought them to salvation
says JALL that sublime understanding has brought You to renounce greed, anger and desire, and to know the way.
Guru Amar Daas is the Lord's own devotee; gazing upon the Blessed Vision of His Darshan, one is liberated. ||4||13||
Meeting with Guru Amar Daas, the earth is purged of its sin.
The Siddhas and seekers long to meet with Guru Amar Daas.
Meeting with Guru Amar Daas, the mortal meditates on the Lord, and his journey comes to its end.
Meeting with Guru Amar Daas, the Fearless Lord is obtained, and the cycle of reincarnation is brought to an end.