If You are the mountain, then I am the peacock. If You are the moon, then I am the partridge in love with it. O Lord, if You will not break with me, then I will not break with You. For, if I were to break with You, with whom would I then join? If You are the lamp, then I am the wick. If You are the sacred place of pilgrimage, then I am the pilgrim. I am joined in true love with You, Lord. I am joined with You, and I have broken with all others. Wherever I go, I serve You there. There is no Lord other than You, O Divine Master. Meditating upon You, the noose of death is cut away. To attain devotional worship, Ravi Daas sings to You, Lord (Guru Granth Sahib Ji, 658).
O wise one, keep Lord in your mind and thoughts. Enshrine love for the True Lord in your mind and body; He is the Savior from entanglements. The value of God's vision is invaluable. You God are the pure cherisher, great and immeasurable. Give me Your help, O brave and generous Lord. You are the only One. O Creator Lord, by Your creative potency, You created the world; Nanak holds tight to Your support (Guru Granth Sahib Ji, 724).
Deep within myself I have enshrined true love for my Beloved. My body and soul are in ecstasy; I see my Guru before me. I have recited the Name of God. I have obtained the profound ambrosial nectar from the perfect Guru. Gazing upon the true Guru, I blossom forth in ecstasy; I am in love with the Name of God. Through His mercy, the Lord has united me with Himself and I have found Salvation (Guru Granth Sahib Ji, 758).