The tenth pauri is accompanied by two saloks. The first salok is comprised of nine lines and the second is comprised of twelve. The first salok informs us that without the Creator, everything else is ‘kūṛu’ (false), meaning transient or ephemeral. However, sticking to falsehood, the human mind is lured towards material things. In the second salok, a remedy for this has been suggested by a way of life based on forsaking ‘kūṛu’ and accepting ‘sacu’ (true/eternal). Attachment to false material things only breaks when the individual realizes the truth and begins to love it. In the pauri, there is a wish to seek the dust of devotees’ feet, who live by the truth, because their company inspires the remembrance of IkOankar by forsaking the false.