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  1. THE UNGRACEFUL BRIDE: ONE UNIVERSAL CREATOR GOD. BY THE GRACE OF THE TRUE GURU: I am ungraceful and ill-mannered, full of endless faults.
    How can I go to enjoy my Husband Lord? Each of His soul-brides is better than the rest — who even knows my name?
    Those brides who enjoy their Husband Lord are very blessed, resting in the shade of the mango tree. I do not have their virtue — who can I blame for this?
    Which of Your Virtues, O Lord, should I speak of? Which of Your Names should I chant? I cannot even reach one of Your Virtues. I am forever a sacrifice to You.
    Gold, silver, pearls and rubies are pleasing. My Husband Lord has blessed me with these things, and I have focused my thoughts on them.
    Palaces of brick and mud are built and decorated with stones; I have been fooled by these decorations, and I do not sit near my Husband Lord.
    The cranes shriek overhead in the sky, and the herons have come to rest. The bride has gone to her father-in-law’s house; in the world hereafter, what face will she show? She kept sleeping as the day dawned; she forgot all about her journey.
    She separated herself from her Husband Lord, and now she suffers in pain. Virtue is in You, O Lord;
    I am totally without virtue. This is Nanak’s only prayer: You give all Your nights to the virtuous soul-brides.
    I know I am unworthy, but isn’t there a night for me as well

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