jdhu Awpy Qwtu kIAw bih krqY qdhu puiC n syvku bIAw ] (551-6, ibhwgVw, mÚ 4) When the Creator, sitting all by Himself, created the Universe, he did not consult with any of His servants; qdhu ikAw ko lyvY ikAw ko dyvY jW Avru n dUjw kIAw ] (551-7, ibhwgVw, mÚ 4) so what can anyone take, and what can anyone give, when He did not create any other like Himself? iPir Awpy jgqu aupwieAw krqY dwnu sBnw kau dIAw ] (551-8, ibhwgVw, mÚ 4) Then, after fashioning the world, the Creator blessed all with His blessings. Awpy syv bxweIAnu gurmuiK Awpy AMimRqu pIAw ] (551-8, ibhwgVw, mÚ 4) He Himself instructs us in His service, and as Gurmukh, we drink in His Ambrosial Nectar. Awip inrMkwr Awkwru hY Awpy Awpy krY su QIAw ]7] (551-9, ibhwgVw, mÚ 4) He Himself is formless, and He Himself is formed; whatever He Himself does, comes to pass. ||7|| The above is quoted for the purpose of further exploring nature of God and HIS attributes. I could not place this text in the main post as above as I could not edit it, May be due to slow speed of the internet etc.