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Sikhism and free will

asked 2012-09-25 16:14:13 -0500

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updated 2012-09-26 18:34:03 -0500

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I want to ask about sikhism's stance on free will and our own accountability for our actions. I'm a bit confused about this. On one hand, I see the bani sometimes refer to sowing and reaping our own deeds, or in other words, nearing or distancing ourselves from waheguru by our actions and their deviation from guru's hukam. On the other hand, I see some verses refer to waheguru as the originator of all cause and actions e.g. "Hum kihe, hum karahge, hum moorakh gaavaar".

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answered 2012-09-26 18:35:18 -0500

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See "Free Will and Surrender to God's Will"

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