Gurfateh Although the philosophical and pragmatic elements of sikhism interest me hugely as a way of living your life, I come unstuck on the love for Creator. It is very difficult to love something you cannot hear, you cannot see, you cannot touch, although Creation can be heard/seen/touched, Creator cannot. This is hindering me in my development somewhat. The defination I am currently holding dear to me is the perfect Harry that exists in my head, I have a vision of a Gurmukh Harry, the way he dresses, acts, thinks, talks, is different to me, his aspirations and values, also are purer than mine, He is not concerned with the now, for nowism, is merely meism, he is concerned with tomorrow, with consequences, with the harvest of good seeds, not the planting, he has forsight, and vision. It is this vision, the essence of Creator in my head that, certainly in the short term, I love, and trust, and have faith in, to align myself to that pure Harry, possibly an infinitely impossible task, but nevertheless, that remains the object of what I would call Creator. I am interested in how others define God/Creator/Waheguru What do others focus their devotion on?