Just From Sight

Just from one look at Tulsidas to get,

And mind immediately righteously set.

 

Care not from where it did come,

Now of focused mission just one.

 

To glorify the Supreme Lord ever still,

Pages with devotional wisdom to fill.

 

And honor and memory of Tulsidas to prop,

Welcoming responsibility, the ball not to drop.

Give Me The Strength

O Lord please know that I’m weak,
Material rewards so quickly I seek.

Like your brothers staying strong,
For resolve in devotion I long.

Lakshmana, Bharata and Shatrughna stay,
On righteous path, showing me the way.

To trifles so much importance I give,
Rather for your interest I should live.

Trouble In Service

With devotees advised to associate,
From saintly men never disassociate.

But if speakers in ignorance what about?
And with common sense and virtue without?

Their company shouldn’t I shun?
Fast from the stupid my instinct to run.

As names of Lord repeated some worth,
Even if in basic knowledge a dearth.

O Lord just look what I do,
So much tolerated just for you [smile].

Your Servant

Why desire to become You?
Rather prefer service to You.

In that work not to stop,
Baton of devotion never to drop.

Your running in Vrindavana mind to see,
With Your friends vision pleasing to me.

To serve You is soul’s business understood,
Devotional principles to bring ultimate good.

But in me selfishness only to preside,
In You my innermost thoughts to confide.

Whether praised by all or none no care.
At your beautiful vision I’ll always stare.

Tell Me What You Will

To stop my devotion maybe You will,
But never without fight I’ll stand still.

Shri Lakshmana is my guide,
Undying enthusiasm in him to preside.

You once asked him to stay home,
Request denied, not to leave You alone.

In same way I vow not to rest,
Because I know Your association the best.

With You Sita and Lakshmana come,
Hanuman also, devotee number one.

Decision made, no matter what You say,
By Your side this mind always to stay.