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This Shabad is by Bhai Gurdaas Ji in Vaars Bhai Gurdaas on Pannaa 10

bwmHx pUjY dyvqy DMnw gaU crwvix AwvY]
DMnY ifTw cilqu eyhu pUCY bwmHxu AwiK suxwvY]
Twkur dI syvw krY jo ieCY soeI Plu pwvY]
DMnw krdw jodVI mY iB dyh iek jy quDu BwvY]
pQru iek lpyit kir dy DMnY no gYl CufwvY]
Twkur no nHwvwil kY Cwih rotI lY Bogu cVHwvY]
hiQ joiV imniq krY pYrI pY pY bhuqu mnwvY]
hau bI muhu n juTwlsW qU ruTw mY ikhu n suKwvY]
gosweI prqiK hoie rotI Kwih Cwih muih lwvY]
Bolw Bwau goibMd imlwvY ]13]

baamhan poojai dhaevathae dhha(n)naa goo charaavan aavai||
dhha(n)nai ddit(h)aa chalith eaehu pooshhai baamhan aakh sunaavai||
t(h)aakur dhee saevaa karai jo eishhai soee fal paavai||
dhha(n)naa karadhaa jodharree mai bh dhaeh eik jae thudhh bhaavai||
pathhar eik lapaett kar dhae dhha(n)nai no gail shhuddaavai||
t(h)aakur no nhaavaal kai shhaahi rottee lai bhog charrhaavai||
hathh jorr minath karai pairee pai pai bahuth manaavai||
ho bee muhu n jut(h)aalasaa(n) thoo rut(h)aa mai kihu n sukhaavai||
gosaaee parathakh hoe rottee khaahi shhaahi muhi laavai||
bholaa bhaao gobi(n)dh milaavai ||13||

A Brahman would worship Gods (in the form of stone idols) where Dhanna used to graze his cow.
On seeing his worship, Dhanna asked the Brahman what he was doing.
“Service to the Thakur (God) gives the desired fruit,” replied the Brahman.
Dhanna requested, “O Brahman, if you agree kindly give one to me.”
The Brahman rolled a stone, gave it to Dhanna and thus got rid of him.
Dhanna bathed the Thakur and offered him bread and buttermilk.
With folded hands and falling at the feet of the stone he begged for his service to be accepted.
Dhanna said, “I will also not eat because how can I be happy if you are annoyed.”
(Seeing his true and loving Devotion) God was forced to appear and eat his bread and buttermilk.
In fact, innocence like that of Dhanna makes the sight of the Lord available.(13)


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