Firstly, hats off to the contributors to date for this Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sikh_philosophy It exists, and neatly collects main points of Sikhi in a western-friendly way (even though that can lead to some misunderstanding). My question for you all here, is "How would you change this page so it aligns more to your understanding of Sikh Philosophy?" [I'm not suggesting we change the page, but I'd like to talk about the philosophy of Sikhi and thought this might be a good place to begin] To start with, what do you think of the opening paragraph: "The philosophy of Sikhism is covered in great detail in the Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh holy text. Detailed guidance is given to followers on how to conduct their lives so that peace and salvation can be obtained in this life, rather than the afterlife. The holy text outlines the positive actions that one must take to make progress in the evolution of the person. One must remember the Creator at all times – it reminds the follower that the "soul is on loan from God, who is ever merciful", and that the follower must dedicate their life to all good causes - to help make this life more worthwhile." Thanks in advance for your thoughts.