From the Sikh scriptures, the Respected Guru Granth Sahib, the sacred hymn at ang (appendage of the living body) 679 (page 569 (uttered by Guru Arjan Dev, the Fifth Nanak): Saas (breath) saas (breath) simroh (meditate ) Gobind (God) [ With each breath of your body meditate upon God ]
Waheguru! Waheguru! ….
(Hail God! Hail God!..)
Saas Saas Simroh Gobind
With Each Breath Mediate On God
Man (Mind) Unter (Inside) Ki (Of) Utere (Discard) Chint (Worry)
O Mind Discard All Worry
Pure (Full) Satgur (True God) Ki (Of) Sun (Listen) Updesh (Command)
O’ Mind Listen To The Command Of The True God
According to Sikh Scripture, the Respected Guru Granth Sahib is the directly revealed Word of God and the utterances therein are those of God (Dhur Ki Bani).The Sikh Religion does not assert that it is the only path to God. The Sikh Religion does not recognize the supremacy of worldly material power and in recognition thereof the Sikh Flag, The Nishan Sahib (The Respected Mark Of God under the shadow of the Sikh Broadsword) has to fly higher than the flags of all the false Materialists temporarily adorning the material world. By the respected utterance of The Lord Of The Falcons, The Knights Of The Khalsa Order shall emerge triumphant and reign over the material universe.
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