Shloka 101
He who does not remember Lord Rama goes to hell. All sorts of logic that start with confusion end up with hell. Therefore we should respectfully remember Lord Rama. This results in purification of our mind.

Shloka 102
One should be exceedingly polite. One should work for good cause. One should respectfully abide by the good qualities.

Shloka 103
Let us always remember Lord Rama. Let us have love at his feet. Let us not have any ego. Let us never long for other’s wealth and wife.

Shloka 104
All said and nothing done. Such behaviour brings shame to our mind. If we think anything we like then we are not going to realise God.

Shloka 105
Let the conscience prevail over our mind and guide our actions. Let our actions be pure. Let us act on what we say. Let us not burn in the flames of wordly worries.

Shloka 106
It is nice to perform the daily rituals. Let the conscience tame our mind when our mind derails from the track. Let us have pity and affection for all. Let us be full of devotion, love and peace.

Shloka 107
Let us shun anger and desire. Let us purify our intellect in association with good people. Let us not be associated with useless and evil people. This is how one can attain salvation.

Shloka 108
We can purfy our actions and work with devotion only when we work in the association of good people. If we do not have the courage to act then we should not talk. Let us shun futile debates and make fruitful disussions.

Shloka 109
Let us not indulge in futile debates. Let us spread happiness through meaningful discussions. Let us shun sadness and irritation. Let us shun futile debates and make fruitful disussions.

Shloka 110
A good disussion is one which puts an end to a debate. Let the conscience overpower the ego. Due to ego we indulge in debates and then lose balance of our mind.
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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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