This is a line from another thread, but its a good question, my own feeling is that this Creator is the sum of Creation, although I would probably dispute the caring bit, slightly Abrahamic, slightly Vedic, Creator cared by giving us a brain, what else is there to do? I do not believe Creator is going to bend the laws of physics or chemistry because of this 'care' but I do believe this 'care' resulted in a brain, and the ability to be self aware. So, assuming the Creator does not care, and taken that the meaning of life, to me anyway, is to see Creator in everything, then Sikhism is a life of service, not ritual, not hiding away in contemplation, but service, without fear, without desire, want, need, just getting out there and doing what needs to be done, always in chardi kala, do we need anyone to care for us? Is the essence of Creator a big caring cloud of love that loves us? or is the essence of Creator to constantly learn, absorb knowledge, share this learning, encourage others, lift people up, in which case, my question would be, 'who is this Creator who drives us in such a grand fashion'