27) PRAATHASSAAYA MAHORAATHREE CHAITHRAHAPHAALGUNIKAHAKRAMAATH
MUHURMUHUHU BHRAMA THYEVAM KAALEYKADAA VIRAAGATHAA.
Meaning- Morning, evening, day, night, March, April and so on- in the everchanging climatic and environmental colors of time, when and how is it possible for man to achieve detachment and develop the same?!
28) ISHTAISSAHA VIYOGASTHU MAHAANKLESHAKARAHASMRUTHAHA
PRIYAAPRIYA VIBHAAGOTHRA KAARANAM KLESHA SANTHATHEYHEY.
Meaning- Separation from a loved one is described as most painful. This world is divided by liked and disliked things. Such a classification brings all kinds of misery. Therefore one must realize and love everything as form of God.
29) KAANKSHAADUKHAM KRIYAADUKHAM SAMSAARODUKHAMOOLAKAHA
HITHVEYDAM MAAYIKAMVISHWAM MATHSAMSDHAAMSHAANTHIMAAPNUHI.
Meaning- Greed and desire for material things bring sorrow, the action to attain it is also sorrowful and ultimately the material life/world itself is the basis for misery and sorrow. Therefore one must break away from the material world and attain peace which resides in Me.
30) AKSHAANUGAMANAM VIDDHI BUDDHEYHEY PATHANAKAARANAM
INDRIYAANYANUSRUTHYAIVA MAHAANTHOPI BHRAMANGATHAAHA.
Meaning- The destruction of mind is mainly caused by its adherence to the dictates of sensory organs. Even great people who follow sensory desires are in delusion.
31) AVIDYAA MOHITHAMCHITTHAM THRUPTHIMGACCHATHI SATHVARAM
KAAMINYAADI SUKHEYSHVEYVA THASMAADEYTHATHPRABODHAYAHA.
Meaning- Mind is deluded by temptation and is quickly satiated only through cheap sexual pleasures with woman. Awaken such a mind towards eternal Supreme Bliss.
32) SHAREERALAKSHANAM HAINYAM GNYAATHVAAPI YOWVANEY SDHITHAHA
PASHUVADBHRAANTHI MAAPNOTHI MOHAPRADAMHIYOWVANAM.
Meaning- A young man even while realizing that the physical body is inferior and temporary is subject to animalistic delusion. Youth is the reason for temptation.
33) VASTHU YAAVADASAMPRAAPTHAM RAMYAM TAAVATHPRATHEEYATHEY
BHOGALABDHAU RASAMTHYAKTHVAA JUGUPSAAYAI BHAVISHYATHI.
Meaning- A desired material object is appears beautiful only as long as it is unobtainable. As soon as the object is available and relished the desire weakens resulting in disgust.
34) DEYHAPUSHTIM SAMAALOKYA MOHADRUSHTIM CHA MAAKURU
GNYAANA DRUSHTIM SADAASHRITHYA SVAATHMATHUSHTIM LABHASVAHI.
Meaning- Do not be tempted by the strength of physical body. Always seek refuge in the vision of knowledge and attain tranquility of soul.
35) KAANTHAADI VISHAYAANVIDDHI BHOGAANANTHARA DUKHADAAN
AAPAATHAMADHURAAN SARVAAN VISHAYAANTHYAJA SUVRATHA.
Meaning- Know that sexual pleasures cause sorrow and misery after the experience is over. O good one, therefore reject whatever gives delight and happiness only during the time of experiencing it.
36) RAMYATHVA SUKHADATHVAADI DRUSHTIM MAAKURUVASTHUSHU
VISHAYAARDHEYSHU SAKTHAATHMAA SOWKHYAM SAHANAIVAGACHCHATHI.
Meaning- Do not look for beauty and pleasure in material things. Man who is focused on material things will never attain peace and happiness.
37) HEENAM VASTHU SUKHAMMATHVAA RAMAMSTHATHRA NIRANTHARAM
MOHINYAA MAAYAYAABHRAANTHAHA DUKHAM VINDATHI DAARUNAM.
Meaning- Due to the temptations caused by 'maya' (illusion) the deluded man considers the cheapest thing to be most pleasurable and relishes it. He therefore ends up in unbearable misery.
(TO BE CONTINUED.....)