Guru Nanak Quotes
Let no man in the world live in delusion. Without a Guru none can cross over to the other shore.
Alone let him constantly meditate in solitude on that which is salutary for his soul, for he who meditates in solitude attains supreme bliss.
I am neither a child, a young man, nor an ancient; nor am I of any caste.
He who has no faith in himself can never have faith in God.
The whole world is in distress. He, who believes in the Name, becomes victorious.
Dwell in peace in the home of your own being, and the Messenger of Death will not be able to touch you.
God is one, but he has innumerable forms. He is the creator of all and He himself takes the human form.
Death would not be called bad, O people, if one knew how to truly die.
I am neither male nor female, nor am I sexless. I am the Peaceful One, whose form is self-effulgent, powerful radiance
Offspring, the due performance on religious rites, faithful service, highest conjugal happiness and heavenly bliss for the ancestors and oneself, depend on one’s wife alone.
Even Kings and emperors with heaps of wealth and vast dominion cannot compare with an ant filled with the love of God.
One cannot comprehend Him through reason, even if one reasoned for ages.
Thou has a thousand eyes and yet not one eye; Thou host a thousand forms and yet not one form.
Sing the songs of joy to the Lord, serve the Name of the Lord, and become the servant of His servants.
From its brilliancy everything is illuminated.
There is but one God. True is His Name, creative His personality and immortal His form. He is without fear sans enmity, unborn and self-illumined. By the Guru’s grace He is obtained.
Whatever be the qualities of the man with whom a woman is united according to the law, such qualities even she assumes, like a river, united with the ocean.
That one plant should be sown and another be produced cannot happen; whatever seed is sown, a plant of that kind even comes forth.
I bow at His Feet constantly, and pray to Him, the Guru, the True Guru, has shown me the Way.
The production of children, the nurture of those born, and the daily life of men, of these matters woman is visibly the cause.
Owing to ignorance of the rope the rope appears to be a snake; owing to ignorance of the Self the transient state arises of the individualized, limited, phenomenal aspect of the Self.
I am not the born; how can there be either birth or death for me?
Whatever kind of seed is sown in a field, prepared in due season, a plant of that same kind, marked with the peculiar qualities of the seed, springs up in it.
Through shallow intellect, the mind becomes shallow, and one eats the fly, along with the sweets.