The twenty-second pauri is accompanied by five saloks. The first salok has four lines, the second has two lines, the third has five lines, the fourth and fifth have two lines each. The first salok conveys that a servant can enjoy the happiness and closeness of the Owner only by giving up self-interest and submitting to the Owner. The second salok informs that no matter how much we try to hide the truth, it will still come out. The third, fourth, and fifth saloks highlight this inalienable truth, that friendship with an immature person, and love with an egoist braggart are temporary in nature. They cannot lead to the welfare of a person. The pauri advises a devotee to always be obedient to the Owner, because an arrogant attitude does not work in front of the Owner; only prayer and supplication work.