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asked 2015-02-01 21:56:45 -0600

Recently I was doing path and a thought came to my mind, which after coming into my mind made me feel a lot more peaceful and less distressed prior to that thought that came into my mind.

The thought is this: Everything is false, and only God is true, God is the only truth, all the relationships we have with others are temporary and false, just a play and the only ACTUAL real relationship that exists is the relationship with God.

Is this thought completely correct? Or is it not? Please advise me.

Thank you, God bless.

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answered 2015-02-02 11:53:53 -0600

Guruka Singh gravatar image

updated 2015-02-04 10:15:25 -0600

Waheguru! You have realized the fundamental Truth of existence and expressed it clearly.

Ik Ong Kaar - There is only ONE. All is ONE. The myriad of forms arise from the ONE and fall back into the ONE.

When you relate to others, understand that it is not false. If all things are God, then you are a form of GOD and the other person is YOU. Every person you meet is a form of God. There is nothing that is not God. That's what Ik Ong Kaar means.

It is only the trick of our minds that we do not see God in all - every person and every thing. What the Guru means by "false" is that the illusion of Maya prevents us from seeing God at all times, everywhere, in everyone.

Karma is simply the cosmic law of cause and effect, nothing more. Karmas are not evil. They are simply actions. Every action has a sequence and a consequence. Karmas are created when your actions or words hurt another person. As spiritual maturity evolves, one acts more and more consciously because at the moment the action is about to be done, or the words spoken, one can see the sequence of events and the possible consequences. This enables one to not create new karmas whilst burning the old ones by Guru Ji's kirpaa.

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answered 2015-02-02 18:54:17 -0600

I'm confused. I understand that God lives in every one - that's clear enough.

BUT, if one person does something bad to another, then HOW can they be thought of as being God? I mean isn't God like perfect and pure so why would God swear at another person or do something bad to another person? I don't understand that. Please explain more.

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Nothing is good or bad except that thinking makes it so. It is just a judgement. Even the most evil person is a manifestation of God. Guru Nanak Dev Ji never judged. A thief can become a saint and a slanderer can be purified.

Guruka Singh gravatar imageGuruka Singh ( 2015-02-03 13:04:34 -0600 )edit
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answered 2015-02-04 02:57:27 -0600

Akali Nihang Gupt Singh gravatar image

Waheguru has given us free will the evil karmas of man are only the product of there own karmas

Karma means actions

these are not blamable on god

gurbarakal!

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