Absence of Fraud
Let him guard against every thought of fraud If he wishes not to be scorned. Even to harbour in mind The idea of defrauding another's wealth is sin. Stolen wealth may seem to swell But in the end will burst. The excessive love for fraudulent gain Leads to everlasting pain. Love and grace are alien virtues to one Who plots for innocent's wealth. Those who love stealing Can never be content with what they have. Those gifted with the faculty of contentment Never have that shady skill called fraud. As virtue in the hearts of the righteous, Deceit dwells in the hearts of thieves. Discontented men who know nothing but fraud Perish as and when they corrupt. Even life abandons him who defrauds others, But heaven never forsakes the honest.