The Classic Refrain of the Sants is “Repeat God’s Name and Cross the Ocean of Existance” — Mystic Poetry of Sant Tulsi Das
“Repeat God’s Name, repeat God’s Name, repeat God’s Name, O deluded one. The Name alone is the true ship for crossing the dreadful ocean of the world.” (Goswami Tulsi Das)
“Your [God’s] Name is the fruit of all spiritual endeavors, the essence of the Vedas [scriptures], and the boat for crossing the river of mundane existence.” (Goswami Tulsi Das)
“Your Name my Lord, is the bridge by means of which souls cross over the ocean of mundane existence [samsara].” (Goswami Tulsi Das)
Jai Sat Naam. Satya Raam. Radhaswami.
“Fallen into the mid-stream, you are drowning, O blind and deluded one. Board the ship of the Lord’s Name, and go safely to the other shore.” (Goswami Tulsi Das)
The human body is a veritable boat to cross the ocean of the world [samsara]. With God’s grace for a favorable wind, and a Satguru for a helmsman to steer this sturdy boat — a combination has become easily available.” (Goswami Tulsi Das)
“Carry on the repetition of God’s Name, remaining in the service [seva] of a Saint. This is the way to cross the ocean of the world declares Tulsidas.” (Goswami Tulsi Das)