Shloka 81
Dont cease to remember Lord Rama under any guise. Let us always understand our true self. The gist of the Vedas and Puranas is that one should remember Lord Rama. Nothing is comparable to this.

Shloka 82
If we remember others then we wont get the same satisfaction. But people dont understand this. God Shiva, who is the killer of cupid (kama) remembers Lord Rama as a medicine for the poison that he has taken. We are absolutely nothing as compared to God Shiva.

Shloka 83
God Shiva who has killed cupid always dwells his mind on Lord Rama. He respectfully tells stories of Lord Rama to Goddess Parvati. God Shiva remembers Lord Rama after having all knowledge, detachment and power.

Shloka 84
Vitthal holds God Shankar on his head. God Shankar dwells his mind on Lord Rama. Therefore we should not forget Lord Rama. Who else can save us at the time of death?

Shloka 85
Those who strive for salvation find their solace in Lord Rama. Goddess Gouri and God Har always remember him. Let us also remember him.

Shloka 86
He who remembers Lord Rama becomes peaceful. Come and experience this peace. If we dont do this then we will get tired. Lord Rama is our abode and will relieve us of our sorrows.

Shloka 87
He who remembers Lord Rama cannot be selfish, he sticks to virtues and is patient. The devotees of Lord Rama can kill cupid. This is how Hanuman has proved his worth.

Shloka 88
Remembering Lord Rama is wonderful. It is easy and free. The attachment to the world comes to an end on remembering Lord Rama. Then what remains is the bliss.

Shloka 89
Let us remember Lord Rama while we are amidst people, while we take food. While doing so we should have full respect and apply all our resources for that purpose. Let us not eat for the sake of feeding stomach. We should eat with the purpose of having ability to undertake good work.

Shloka 90
He who does not remember Lord Rama is wasted.’ How to remember Rama? ‘ is the subject matter of Vedas, Shastras and Puranas. This is what has been stated by Maharishi Vyas.
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Note
In the 17th century, a very famous Saint, Samartha Ramdas Swami, wrote a small book containing 205 verses.
The name of the book, written in the Marathi language is “Shri Manache Shloka” (श्री मनाचे श्लोक) — which means “A Dialogue With Our Mind.”

Samarth Ramdas Swami teaches us how our mind is our friend, our enemy, and how it can be our Guru. It advises ethical behavior and love for God.
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