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1006 (07/11/1983) K


CALÁR PATHE ETO KÁNT́Á
KENO TÁHÁ BUJHI NÁ TO
KÁNT́Á TOLÁY JE SAMAY JÁY
ÁMÁR, KÁNT́Á TOLÁY JE SAMAY JÁY
CALÁR KÁJE LEGE JETO

CALÁR PATHE ETO KÁNT́Á
KENO TÁHÁ BUJHI NÁ TO

THÁKALO BÁDHÁ PURO BHÁGE
SHUNI TÁTE SHAKTI JÁGE
MAN BHARE JÁY
MAN BHARE JÁY TOMÁR RÁGE
TÁI BUJHI DÁO BÁDHÁ ETO

CALÁR PATHE ETO KÁNT́Á
KENO TÁHÁ BUJHI NÁ TO

ÁNDHÁR JADI NÁ THÁKITO
ÁNDHÁR JADI NÁ THÁKITO
ÁLOR KADAR KE BUJHITO
DUHKHE TÁPE
DUHKHE TÁPE VYATHÁ HATA MAN
BOJHE ÁNANDA KATO

CALÁR PATHE ETO KÁNT́Á
KENO TÁHÁ BUJHI NÁ TO


On the path of movement so many thorns lie.
Why is that?
I am unable to understand it.

The time spent in lifting up those thorns
could have been utilised in work.

I have heard that if obstructions come
in a full fledged way,
it arouses energy to ideate on You.
This reason for so much obstruction consoles me.

If darkness was not there,
the value of light would not be understood.

The distressed mind only
understands the magnitude of bliss.

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Why are there so many thorns on the path?
I cannot understand this.
The time I spent to pick up these thorns
could have been utilised for work.

If there is obstructions on the path,
strength increases
and the mind becomes engrossed in Your thought.
Maybe this is the reason why
You create so many obstructions.

If there had been no darkness,
who could have understood the value of light?
Only the mind that is engrossed in pain and suffering
can realise the intensity of happiness.










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