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asked 2013-04-28 21:21:29 -0600

Gurujis Daughter gravatar image

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!!

I had a question I have been thinking about from long. I am just trying to figure out how should you really view people. Like if a person is a manmukh, are you suppose to give the same respect, love that you would give to a Gursikh? Guru Sahib ji says that Sab Gobind Hai, which means each and everything is God. So it makes sense that you have unconditional love for everything (not attachment), even for people who are not amritdharis.

But on the other hand, there are so many times written in Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji that "Consider a person to be a corpse who does not remember God" or "Don't even look at the faces of people who don't have a Guru". This would mean there is high and low.

But how does Guru ji really would want us to see? Sometimes, I would find myself thinking how wrong this person is because they do kurehet or wrong things and feel they are so off path. But sometimes, I think even manmukhs are manmukhs because they are walking of His Will.

Any thoughts?

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answered 2013-04-29 13:21:42 -0600

Nihang Gavinpal Singh Khalsa gravatar image

OK PENJI.

SIMPLY VIEW ALL AS ONE. THE AKAL PURAKH WAHEGURU, THOSE MANMUKHS DONT MIKS WITH THEM BUT STILL SEND YOUR LOVE IN THE MANERISM OF GURSIKH AND A GURMUKH TRY TO GUIDE THEM AWAY FROM EVIL. BE POSITIVE ANS LOVE ALL. BE EXCEPTING OF ALL WHO COME AT YOUR DOOR.

BLESS YOU ALWAYS SISTER. MAY THE GURU FOREVER KEEP HIS HAND ON YOUR HEAD. KHALSA FATEH JI

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answered 2013-04-28 21:41:36 -0600

kanwaljit.singh gravatar image

We are all living what is in our destiny! That doesn't mean you don't respect or love a person! They are not for us to judge. All you should know is where your convictions lie.

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answered 2013-04-29 07:13:13 -0600

jas15283 gravatar image

Really appreciate the question. Most including me are more or less entangled by the problem as stated in the question.

hmmmm ..."I am just trying to figure out how should you really view people."

"Like if a person is a manmukh" "love that you would give to a Gursikh" "that you have unconditional love for everything (not attachment), even for people who are not amritdharis."

For an instant, let's say I had that power that could see through other's mind so that I could really tell if the one I am looking at is a manmukh or gurmukh. Now if I dont have that power and still do the same just by looking at others or their actions over a finite period of time, I'd prove myself no more than a fool.

eika bhau dekho sab naari, kyaa janna saho kaun pyaari

To make things simpler...let say if I see someone and really feel he is a gurmukh... I can pray for becoming one or atleast the dust of his feet.... On the other hand, if I see someone and feel otherwise, can I still pray to be the dust of their feet .... I guess we need to do that and the most important of all, what do I feel when I see myslef in the same light ..... a gurmukh or a manmukh ...or a corpse as mentioned in the question...I guess we all know the answer to this...some like me chose not to accept it.

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answered 2013-05-01 22:28:54 -0600

akalinihungsingh gravatar image

a simple answer answer ...a true gursikh deals with good thoughts and karam of the other person...not the body or name he or she has.....there are many people who took amrit and do bad deeds like me....so if i dont do nitnem ,drink alcohol..then do u give me respect...i am doing bedbi of amrit....so there is a my friend who dont have kees...but his heart is one of the million...i love him....because he is true soul.... ...if time comes pittah ji will hug him and give his bana and bani......but yeah..run away where bad deeds are more.....known as manmukhs akalllllllll

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