"Certainly, the guide and teacher of my rebellion is you; others are merely following your footsteps. How can the path which you himself chose to follow be called "the path of ill-luck?
My father sold Paradise for two grains of wheat,
Am I an unworthy son for selling it for one barleycorn?
Former emperors like Akbar had contracted alliance and kinship with this race and conquered the realm of Hindustan with their help. By the help of these people the great Mahabat Khan made a prisoner of King Jahangir, and chastised his enemies. Jaswant was the man who in the battle against Shah Shuja (Battle of Khajwa) was guilty of such a defect that he merited to be rigorously punished instead of being pardoned. Yet your Majesty passed this over because you not only knew the man, but feared him. The same Jaswant it was whom you won over with many charms and soft speeches and detached from the side of Dara Shukoh, so that victory fell to your side....Now is the proper time for you to lay in provisions for the next life, in order to atone for your former deeds, done out of greed for this transitory world against your august father and noble brothers in the days of your youth.
What good did you do to your father, That you expect all these from your son?
You are not curing yourself, Then, for once, give up counseling others!"