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Summary of Question:why do Guru's say's us that don't considered the ten guru's as god ?
Category:Gurbani
Date Posted:Saturday, 12/11/1999 1:51 PM MST

OUR GURU'S SAY THAT DON'T CONSIDERED TEN GURU'S GOD ? ONLY CONSIDER WAHEGURU AS YOUR GOD ! IS THAT RIGHT ? IS IT RIGHT TO CONSIDER TEN GURU"S AS OUR GOD?


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The Muhl Mantra describes <God> as One, Infinite, Undying and Unborn. Jaap Sahib says <God> is Sustainer, Liberator, Enlightener, Infinite, Destroyer, Creator, Nameless and Desireless. All these qualities are entirely beyond the human realm.

Guru is one who takes you to <God>. Our Ten Gurus were enlightened beings in human form, who gave us the Dharma and the example to discover the Infinite within ourselves.

In Sikh Dharma, we have no gods in human, finite forms. Yet <God> and <Wahe Guru> dwell within each and every human. The Guru's function is to teach you how that is so, so that you can discover it within yourself and everyone around you.

Humbly,
Krishna Singh Khalsa



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