yeah it is, but any kind of reading or interest in anything requires a little intelligence...and contemplation...to get to something of an interpretation that would make sense...as usual Chazji, you have completely missed the point being made, and are wasting your time on the surface, it is quite easy to justify pretty much anything using one liners from SGGS, no matter how obvious the meaning.
I am aware of one of the above quotes being used to justify women not partaking in seva due to menstruation, which is as ridiculous as pertaining to black pudding. Would you like me to mail you each time I post so that I can explain what it actually means?
and if the reader can only come up with overly dramatic and nonsensical things like the examples in your post, then surely that's where the sangat come into play to help the person develop an understanding...
here's a thought....why don't you tell us why the one liner i posted does not indicate that Waheguru is within you?...because that's the example i gave of 'one' scenario where a one liner would perfectly answer the question of "where can i experience Waheguru"...does it answer that question?
of course there are occasions where a complete shabad is required...or indeed most of the SGGS Ji..
for example if a person then asks...."well ok, if Waheguru is within me...what do i do to experience Him"...
well then...that's a whole new ball game and requires a lot more reading and contemplating...as i myself found..
God Bless ji..