They are sometimes in heaven, sometimes on earth, and sometimes in hell;
sometimes gods, and sometimes demons; sometimes servants, and sometimes
ei-rupe samsara bhramite kona jana
sadhu-sange nija-tattva avagata hana 
While wandering throughout samsara in this way, some souls become aware of
their true nature by associating with the sadhus.
The souls wander throughout samsara, time after time getting different
bodies, sometimes they are human, sometimes dogs, sometimes cats, or goats,
sometimes they get to hell, sometimes to heaven, sometimes they become gods,
and sometimes servants—they round samsara in this way and what happens
then? They get some sadhu-sanga and understand who they really are, "Where
did I come from and where am I going?" They get liberation through the
nija-tattva jani' ara samsara na chaya
"kena va bhajinu maya" kare haya haya 
Understanding their true nature, they no longer desire samsara, and lament,
"Why have I been serving Maya?"
'A temple is a house. The householder devotees can cook and serve the Deity,
and all the brahmacharis and sannyasis are not meant to only sit and do japa.
Their place is in the street—chanting, dancing, and preaching!'