Pochavaamai-54th Chapter of Thirukural-
(Not forgetting )
(THiruvalluar feels the forgetting due to great joy would lead to bad results , in spite of all other aspects mentioned before being positive. He says those who forget will never become famous. Thus a good manager should develop good memory.)
1.Irantha vekuliyin theethe , chirantha,
Uvakai makizhiyir chorvu.
1,Great anger would lead to very bad results to a person,
But forgetting , due to great joy creates much worse results.
2.Pochappu kollum pugazhai arivinai,
Nicha nirappu kondrangu.
2.Poverty which leads to great sorrow would destroy a person’s intelligence,
And similary forgetfulness would destroy his fame.
3.Pochapparkillai pugazhmai , athu ulagathu ,
Yeppal noolorkkum thunivu.
3.Those who are forgetful never can get fame ,
And this has been emphasized by all books of the world.
4.Achamudayaarkku aran illai , aangillai,
4.There is no use of protective forts for those who are scared,
And like that there is no use of existing prosperity to those who are forgetful.
5.Munnura kaavaathu izhukkiyaan than pizhai,
Pinnooru irangi vidum,
5.One who forgets to take up steps against impending sorrows ,
Would later self pity when sorrow indeed comes.
6.Yizhukkamai yaar mattum yendrum vazhukkamai ,
Vaayin akthoppathu yil.
6.If a person is blessed always with nature of forgetfulness ,
No other good nature could be equal to this.
7.Ariya yendru aakatha illai pochavaak,
Karuviyaal poththi cheyin.
7.Ifwe can do any action with proper thought and with the equipment of forgetfulness,
There would be no jobs which you have to abandon thinking it is difficult.
8,Pugazhnthavai poththi cheyal vendum cheyyathu ,
Yikazhnthaarkku yezhumayum yil.
8.WE have do a job which is praised by learned people ,
And those who forget to do it , there is no good even in next seven births.
9.Yikazchiyin kettarai ulluka thaantham,
Magizchiyin mainthurum pozhthu.
9.When we get proud during joyous time , we should remember ,
All those who got destroyed due to forgetting their duties due to joy.
10.Ulliyathu yeithal yelithuman mathumthaan,
Ulliyathu ulla perin.
10.Suppose one clearly remembers their desired aim,
It would be easy for them to achieve what they desired.