A great discourse and a path that lights for pursuit in Sikhism. Sidhas/Yogis ask: Many a great questions are posed by the Sidhs. Many such questions still prevail even today in the minds of many children all the way to the most learned. These being like in examples below, Guru ji respectfully address the learned minds but encourage them to see the forest from the trees, don’t be stuck in the weeds, don’t sweat the small stuff, etc. Guru Ji’s answers: Guru ji’s answers all relate back to the recognition of one creator in all such queries. This recognition to, One can almost relate it all back to the words in the mool mantar as, The true culmination of all this for a Sikh is, living the life of a ਗੁਰਮੁਖਿ / Gurmukẖ (Gur-mukh-ai). There are many a references to this in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji in multiple sections and from the many contributors to Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji including our Guru ji’s. A quick search at Srigranth.org finds 1612 citations of ਗੁਰਮੁਖਿ / Gurmukẖ (Gur-mukh-ai) where the word is much used in the essence of what a ਗੁਰਮੁਖ / Gurmukẖ finds or receives in a blessed relationship with the one creator. So a Sikh is one, so steadfastly looking up to the creator, contemplating upon the creator, focusing on wisdom of the creator. In so doing, while living in consonance with all as one creation of one creator. All errors are mine and I stand corrected. Sat Sri Akal. PS: More details on question by question approach available here at SPN in the series of 19 posts.