25) VIRAAGYA PEENDRIYAARDHEYSHU DHRUDHANISHCHAYA VARJITHAHA
KAALAM NAYATHI THEYSHVEYVA BALAHEENO BHAYAAVRUTHAHA.
Meaning- Even man who is detached from material desires spends his time attached to sensory organs due to indecisiveness, weakness and insecurity (fear).
26) INDRIYAARDHEYSHUSOOKSHMEYCHCHAA VIRAKTHASYAAPIVARTHATHEY
APRAMATHTHEYNA DHEEREYNA JEYTHAVYA SAA MUMUKSHUNAA.
Meaning- Even when man is detached from the material life, he is still subject to subtle desire for sensory things. Therefore it has to be conquered (subtle attachment to sensory objects) by man who is wise, intelligent, prevents (averts) danger and desirous of salvation.
27) MAHATHAA RAAGAPAASHEYNA SNEYHAJEYNA SUBANDHITHAHA
AAROODHOPI CHYUTHIM YAATHI MOHO VARANA NASHTA DRUK.
Meaning- A man overrides the path of salvation due to his attachment towards material matters. In the firm grip of material love and attachments man, who is wrapped in a sheath of desire meets his downfall.
28) ADRUSHTAADEENI BHOOTHAANI DRISHTAMADHYAANI SAJJANA
GATHAANYADARSHANAMBHOOYAHA SHOKASYAAVASARAHA KUTHAHA.
Meaning- O good one! Bodies of living beings are conceived before birth, are visible during living and perish at the time of destruction. Therefore the bodies are impermanent. Why should anyone grieve over such bodies that are temporary?
29) NASHTAM BHAVATHI YADDRUSHTAM JAATHO MRUTHO BHAVEYDYATHAHA
ANIVAARYAMIDAM BUDDHVAA JAHI SHOKAMANARDHAKAM.
Meaning- Whatever is perceptible and visible to senses perishes. Living being who is born will die in time. It is impossible for man despite his efforts to prevent this. Therefore give up meaningless sadness about this.
30) DUKHADAMHI MANOVYAAPTHAM SUKHADAM CHOPA SAMHRUTHAM
VYAAPTHAM BHAVATHI KAAMEYNA NISHKAAMAMTHOOPA SAMHRUTHAM.
Meaning- When mind pervades sense, it causes grief and misery. Mind becomes wavering due to desire. By withdrawing desire from mind, the mind becomes stationary resulting in bliss. Therefore lack of desire creates tranquility and blissful state of mind.
31) MANOVAISHAYIKAM SHATHRUHU BANDHURAATHMAA SUNIRMALAHA
GNYAATHVAITHA DBHAJATHAAM MAAMHI BHAAVASHUDDHIM DADAAMYAHAM.
Meaning- One must realize that a contaminated mind which is desirous of material pleasures is one's enemy whereas a an unaffected mind (by sensory desires) is his friend. Therefore worship Me and I will create such tranquility and stillness in your mind.
32) ASDHIRAM CHANCHALAMCHAAPI VIBUDHAI RGRUHYATHEY MANAHA
VAIRAAGYAABHYAASA VIGNYAANAIHI MOKSHAANANDA PHALAPRADAIHI.
Meaning- Renowned scholars who are aware of the fickleness of mind capture it by using practice and knowledge in order to become detached for attaining the blissful state of liberation.
33)VAAGBHIRVADANTHI VEDAANTHAM THYAAGAMAARGA VININDAKAAHA
VANCHAYANTHI JANAANMOORKHAAN JIHVOPASDHA SUKHAALASAAHA.
Meaning- Deceitful persons who criticize the path of sacrifice, who are tired of over indulging in taste and other sensory pleasures lecture about philosophy and cheat foolish people.
34) SHAASTHRAJAALA PARIGNYAATHAA LABDHAKEERTHI SSUBHOGAVAAN
THADHAAPYASOOYATHAAM YAATHI DRUSHTVAANYAMSUYASHONVITHAM.
Meaning- The most learned man even though he is an expert in various subjects, who is renowned and famous, who is greatly prosperous becomes jealous of another man who is famous and prosperous.
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