Ustat Nindia
  from the chapter - Paragon of Devotion to Sri Guru Granth Sahib

Our nature is two-fold in its expression. Either we praise or we criticise. Either we appreciate people whom we like or blame those who are not favourable to us in their dealings. Most of our life passes in giving expression to these pleasant or unpleasant experiences of ours in either praising or blaming others.

A mind established in the Divine discards both.

  Ustat Ninda Dou Tyagey  
  Sri Guru Granth Sahib (219)  
  One should renounce both praise and blame (flattery and slander).  

  Ustat Guru Nanak Di
Nindia Sirif Apni
  Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj  

Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj advised all to divert this twofold nature towards God to sing the praises of Sri Guru Nanak Sahib and to condemn and criticise one's own imperfections, shortcomings, mistakes, sins; one should praise only Lord Guru Nanak and criticise and condemn only oneself. Third person should not come in. Self-analysis, self-introspection, self-appraisal reveals to us all our shortcomings and mistakes worth condemnation.


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taken from the chapter - Paragon of Devotion to Sri Guru Granth Sahib

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