Every religion has various ways to praise the one Universal God which Sikhism speaks about. When video clips are presented, we are not suggesting that we approve of the path, cult or religion but merely showing how the various people of the world praise the Lord God who is all-prevading, omni-present, omni-potent and omni-scient. Nanak, as a great Teacher, anticipates the confusion that might arise in the minds of some seekers by the study of various scriptures. These do not always say the same thing about God's Will, but there is no need for doubt and skepticism: for what they really describe is not God's Will (which in itself is indescribable), but its various workings and manifestations. God's Will pervades and directs His Creation, but it is something more, something that is itself and above and beyond creation. STANZA III Some sing of His greatness, but only according to the power bestowed upon them; Some sing of His bounties, taking them as His signs; Some sing of Him as incomprehensible; Some sing of Him, as transmitting dust into life, and life into dust again: Creator and Destroyer, the Giver of life and its Withdrawer. Some sing of Him as at once the nearest, and the most remote, There is no end to His description. Countless have tried to describe Him, but He still stands beyond all description. His recipients may tire, but His bounty is untiring; Ages upon ages, Man has fed upon it. His Will directs the world; And yet, O Nanak, He dwells beyond concern or care.