Shloka 91
Dont get fed up of Shri Rama. We should remember him with full respect. There is no great effort required to remember Lord Rama. We should always remember the spouse of Sita.

Shloka 92
He who remembers Rama with full devotion drives away all impurities from his mind. Lord Rama likes to stay in the mind of all who remember him. God Shiva fondly remembers him.

Shloka 93
God takes care of this world. He is worried about the world. What it takes of you to remember him.

Shloka 94
God Shankar on becoming angry can reduce to ashes all the three worlds. He is peaceful due to remembering Lord Rama. Goddess Parvati also remembers Lord Rama. Thatswhy we should also remember him.

Shloka 95
A sinner Ajamila has his son’s name as Rama. Therefore he remembers Lord Rama while calling his son. Due to this he has attained salvation. A prostitute has her parrot’s name as Rama. Therefore she remembers Lord Rama. She has made a place for herself in Puranas due to this.

Shloka 96
Pralhada, a great devotee of Lord Rama was born in the house of demons. He always remembered Rama. His Father who was sinful could not like this. He (father) did not remember Lord Rama as he was a demon.

Shloka 97
He who cannot remember cannot find salvation. Such people raise their ego and undergo all troubles. Later they come to an unceremonious end. Therefore we should remember Shri Ram.

Shloka 98
Lord Rama made rocks float in the sea. He has granted salvation to many human beings. But there are some sinful people who are always confused. Such people cannot remember Ram.

Shloka 99
In this world the most holy place is Kashi. He who dies in Kashi attains to salvation alongwith his ancestors. This is possible due to Lord Ram always being remembered in Kashi. God Shankar himself explains the benefit of remembering Rama. Such is its significance.

Shloka 100
People do not maintain purity in their actions. They do not acquire any merit through their actions. They dont have any love for all. They do not remember Lord Rama.
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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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