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Role Of sangat In Panth

Discussion in 'Gurmat Vichaar' started by Sikh80, Dec 31, 2007.

  1. Sikh80

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    Section III

    How is a Sant produced? Sri Naranjan Singh Ji used to say that, just as an almond has a kernel and a shell, the same way, Naam (Waheguru hidden inside everyone and everywhere) is the kernel, everything else (including religion, theology, and philosophy) is just the shell.


    pl. refer the link given in above posts-
     
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    Section IV

    How do we find a Sant? We must remember this: A Sant is carefree, most humble, imbued with Divine love and in tune with the will of Waheguru (711:12). A Sant would never make public claims to visions, spiritual experiences, or some supernatural powers, etc. If someone does so, just steer clear of that person.


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    Section V

    Let us reiterate. Today, a Sant cannot replace Gurbani, the Guru, or the Panj Piyare, nor would a real Sant ever attempt to do so. Genuine Sikh Sant would claim to be only a Sikh and will kindle a desire in us so that we can be just like him, a true child of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Sant is the pinnacle of Sikh Panth.


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    HI Sikh80,

    Thanks for the article, BUT I do not believe there was any need for the Guru's to perform miracles. I do not believe they performed any and such stories are contrary to Sikh teaching.
     
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    Hi Randip ji,

    WElcome back after long time.Accept my greetings for a very happy and prosperous New Year.
    I do appreciate your point.
     

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