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    Sikhism Is There A Supreme Being / God / Waheguru Or Not?

    To understand the concept of manmukh n gurmukh we need to first, establish whether there is a Supreme Being or not ? Take care -
  2. Harry Haller

    Concept Of Manmukh/Gurmukh. Is There A Freewill In Sikhism?

    If we have free will then what is the difference between manmukh and gurmukh?
  3. Navdeep88

    FreeWill As Per Gurbani

    If Waheguru ji controls everything, if a leaf cannot even move without his will...why do we go astray and make big mistakes? are those also of his will? were we meant to wander away? if in the physical world, every breeze, every ripple in an ocean is predestined and by his will alone... what...
  4. Archived_Member16

    Karma, Freewill & Hukam In Sikhism

    KARMA, FREEWILL & HUKAM IN SIKHISM source: "Introduction To Sikism" - Author: Dr. Gobind Singh Mansukhani Q42. What is Karma? The scientific concept of cause and effect, action and reaction is called the law of Karma(in religious parlance). A man reaps what he sows. Is it not typical...
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    Gurmat And Freewill

    hukmY AMdir sBu ko bwhir hukm n koie ] Everyone is subject to His Command; no one is beyond His Command. We cannot escape God's Will. Awpy bIij Awpy hI Kwhu ] You shall harvest what you plant. Our actions determine our future. Contradiction? No. We have free will up to an extent...
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    Karma And Freewill

    By Trilochan Singh Ji The fact that man suffers for his bad deeds, or is rewarded for his good deeds inevitably leads to the theory of Karma. In Sikhism, the law of Karma according to which we reap what we sow is not inexorable. The burden of our sins, the taint of Karma, the weight of...
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