PAURI 2(Stanza 2)
In this Pauri, Guru Amar Das ji says that those who always remember God with true love and devotion are not affected by the temptations of worldly possessions or physical pains and sorrows. He always comes to the rescue of His true devotees, because He is capable of doing everything.
AY MAN MEREAA TU SADAA RAHO HAR NAALE
O my mind, always remain with God (always remember God)
man: mind, sadaa: always, raho: remain, Har: God, Naale: with
HAR NAAL RAHO TU MAN MERE DOOKH SABH VISARNA
O my mind, by remembering God you will forget all your sufferings
dookh: sufferings, sabh: all, visarna: forget
ANGIKAR OH KARE TERA KAARAJ SABH SAVAARNA
He will always help you, and by His help you will succeed in all your undertakings.
angikaar: help, kaaraj: undertakings, endeavors
SABHNA GALAA SAMRATH SUAAMI SO KIO MANO VISAARE
Our Master (GOD) is all powerful to do all things, then why forget Him from our mind
sabhna gala: all things, samrath: capable of doing, suaami: Master, mano: from mind, visaare: forget
KAHE NANAK MAN MERE SADAA RAHO HAR NAALE 
Nanak says, O my mind, always remain with God (always remember God) .
kahe: says, man: mind, sadaa: always, raho: remain, Har: God, Naale: with
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DID YOU KNOW
ONE SPIRIT, DIFFERENT BODIES
After Guru Nanak Dev ji, none of the Gurus used their names in their writings. They always used the name “Nanak” as if everything was written by Guru Nanak Dev ji. This reinforces our belief that all our Gurus had the same spirit in different bodies. The eternal source of spiritual knowledge that was within Guru Nanak Dev ji was passed on to each Guru and they uttered Gurbani that originated from the same source.)
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
JO JEE HOE SO UGVAE MOH KA KEHAA VAO, BEEJE BIKH MANGAE AMRIT VEKHO EHO NIAO (SGGS-Asa Di Waar)
[Your thoughts become your words, (your words become your deeds). Doing evil and expecting goodness in return – what kind of a justice is that (you reap what you sow). ]