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asked 2015-12-25 17:16:58 -0500

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In a line of gurbani it says: "in the third they babble nonsense, in the forth, the judgement of death has come." What does this mean? Also, how do you meditate on Gods Name because even guru ji said "The one who tries to imagine God will regret the attempt"? And the last question, is it ok to kill people who are brainwashed by evil leaders- like killing Nazis or Terrorists? Please forgive me if I said something offensive and thank you.

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answered 2015-12-28 15:52:52 -0500

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Good questions, Ji. In the first quote, the Guru is referring to the four ages of the human race on the earth - First age:Sat Yuga (golden age) - Second age:Treta Yuga (silver age) - Third age:Doapar Yuga (bronze age) and Fourth age:Kali Yuga (iron age.)

Meditating on Naam is different from imagining God. There is only one direct command from the Guru in all of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib - "Jap" chant Naam. There is nothing to imagine. Just chant.

Last question: Who decides who is evil and who is good? You? Whoa! As limited humans we never see the whole picture, just a piece of it. KIlling people because you think they are evil is not a good idea, though all those who wage war will try to brainwash you into thinking it is. All will have to pay their karmas sooner or later. Our prayer is "sarbhat da balla" - bless EVERYONE, not just some and not others.

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