The fourteenth pauri is accompanied by two saloks. The first salok has eight lines, and the second salok has ten lines. The first salok advises people to stay humble by using the metaphor of the Silk-cotton tree which is useless in terms of flowers, fruits, and leaves. The second salok depicts that loving devotion to IkOankar carried out with complete faith is the right path for human life; apart from this, any other ritualistic lifestyle or pretension is useless. The pauri explains that those human beings who take pride in their beautiful bodies and wealth and are discourteous to others due to their pride, have to ultimately leave everything behind, and depart from this world empty-handed. Having committed bad actions, all that remains with that person is remorse.