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Do we love WAHEGURU Sahib ji?

Discussion in 'Sikh Sikhi Sikhism' started by singhbj, Jun 3, 2008.

  1. singhbj

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    Nov 4, 2007
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    Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa
    Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

    One day, I woke early in the morning to watch the sunrise. Ah... the beauty of Waheguru's creation is beyond description. As I watched, I praised Waheguru for His beautiful work. As I sat there, I felt the Lord's presence with me.

    He asked me, "Do you love me?"

    I answered, "Of course, Waheguru! You are my Lord and Support!"

    Then He asked, "If you were physically handicapped, would you still love me?"

    I was perplexed. I looked down upon my arms, legs and the rest of my body and wondered how many things I wouldn't be able to do and thought about the things that I take for granted. I answered, "It would be tough Waheguru, but I would still love You."

    Then Waheguru said, "If you were blind, would you still love my creation?"

    How could I love something without being able to see it? Then I thought of all the blind people in the world and how many of them still loved Waheguru and His creation. So I answered, "It's hard to think of it, but I would still love you."

    The Waheguru then asked me, "If you were deaf, would you still listen to my word?"

    How could I listen to anything being deaf? Then I understood. Listening to Waheguru's Word is not merely using our ears, but our hearts. I answered, "It would be tough, but I would still listen to Your word."

    Waheguru then asked, "If you were mute, would you still praise My Name?"

    How could I praise without a voice? Then it occurred to me, Waheguru wants us to sing from our very hearts and souls. It never matters what we sound like. And praising Waheguru is not always with a song, but when we are persecuted, we give Waheguru praise with our words of thanks. So I answered, "Though I could not physically sing, I would still praise Your Name."

    And Waheguru asked, "Do you really love Me?"

    With courage and a strong conviction, I answered boldly, "Yes Waheguru! I love You because You are the one and true God!"

    I thought I had answered well, but Waheguru asked, "Then why do you sin?"

    I answered, "Because I am only human. I am not perfect."

    "Then why in times of peace do you stray the furthest? Why only in times of trouble do you pray the earnest?"

    I had no answers, only tears.

    Waheguru continued. "Why seek Me only in times of worship? Why ask things so selfishly? Why ask things so unfaithfully?" The tears continued to roll down my cheeks. "Why are you ashamed of Me? Why are you not spreading the good news? Why in times of persecution, you cry to others when I offer My shoulder to cry on? Why make excuses when I give you opportunities to serve in My Name?"

    "You are blessed with life. I made you not to throw this gift away. I have blessed you with talents to serve Me, but you continue to turn away. I have revealed My Word to you, but you do not gain in knowledge. I have spoken to you but your ears were closed. I have shown My blessings to you, but your eyes were turned away. I have sent you servants, but you sat idly by as they were pushed away. I have heard your prayers and I have answered them all. Do you truly love me?

    I could not answer. How could I? I was embarrassed beyond belief. I had no excuse. What could I say to this? When my heart had cried out and the tears had flowed, I said, "Please forgive me Lord. I am unworthy to be Your child."

    The Lord answered, "That is My nature, My child."

    I asked, "Then why do you continue to forgive me? Why do You love me so?"

    The Lord answered, " Because you are My creation. You are my child. I will never abandon you. When you cry, I will have compassion and cry with you. When you shout with joy, I will laugh with you. When you are down, I will encourage you. When you fall, I will raise you up. When you are tired, I will carry you. I will be with you until the end of days, and I will love you forever."

    Never had I cried so hard before. How could I have been so cold? How could I have hurt God as I had done?

    I looked up at my Lord, and asked him "how much do you love me, Waheguru?"

    Our father Guru Gobind Singh Sahib ji gave up his whole family and everything he ever had for us ! This is how much Waheguru Sahib ji loves us http://www.{url not allowed}/style_emoticons/default/pray.gif

    Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa
    Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
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  3. BhagatSingh

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    Apr 25, 2006
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    What's a sin? explain.
    Hey we as humans are nothing, it is under his/her hukam we perform. God is the almighty, there is no way you can NOT listen to him. This is very absurd. Sounds like chiristianity/hinduism-like to me, where god is actually a person.
    Is it just me or does this bit sound even more absurd than the rest of the piece.
    The answer to this is....? ...undefined...

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    why would God ask you if you love him?
    Does this god need reassuring?
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