SUDH SIPAH DURANT DUBAH SU SAAJ SANAH DURJAAN DALAE-N-GE
(If there were) well trained, mighty, and unbeatable soldiers, clad in beautiful armor, capable of crushing the enemy.
Sudh: pure, without fault, implies well trained, sipah: soldiers, Durant: mighty, dubah: unbeatable, su saaj: well decorated, sanah: armor, durjaan: enemy, dalaenge: can crush.
BHAARI GUMAAN BHARE MAN MAE KAR PARBAT PANKH HALAE NA HALAE-N-GE
(If those soldiers were) filled with great ego, not to leave the battle field even against the most power full enemy that could move the mountains.
bhaari : great, gumaan: ego, bhare: filled, man mae: in their minds, parbat: mountains, pankh: wings, hale: move, na halae-n-ge: will not move
TOR AREEN MAROR MAVASAN MAATE MATANGAN MAAN MALAE-N-GE
(If those soldiers were so power full that they could instantly) destroy the enemy and kill the rebels and defeat even the most intoxicated (mad) elephants.
tor: break, destroy, areen: enemies, maror: twist, kill, destroy, mavaasan: rebels, maate: intoxicated, matangan: elephants, maan: pride, malae-n-ge: smash, destroy.
SRI PAT SRI BHAGWAAN KIRPA BIN TYAAG JAHAAN NIDAAN CHALAE-N-GE II 5 II
But without the Grace of the supreme Master, almighty God, even such mighty soldiers would ultimately die leaving everything behind (all their might and bravery will not be able to save them).
Sri Pat: the Supreme Master, Sri Bhagwaan: God, kirpa bin: without the grace of, tyaag: leave, jahaan: the World, nidaan: at the end, chalae-n-ge: will go, implies will die.
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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.)
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). ]