May there be no ill omen of worldly desire
It causes the evil of constant birth and death
Hanker after the infinity of self supreme
There the thirst of pleasure vanishes in the bliss. 1

The worldly desire produces a life of tears
Embodied with doubtful fears and vain hopes
Easier it is to put an end to the first desire
Than to satisfy all that which follows. 2

Worldly desire causes impoverished life
Want is its relief it is nursed with pity
Get rid of desire and plunge in divine life
To him I say perfect who is satisfied with self. 3