BookRev-19Four Religious Communities of India:Hind

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BookRev-19Four Religious Communities of India:Hindu, Sikh, Khalsa and Nirmallae Sant -6. 2. SECOND SIKH COMMUNITY:- This community is for the twice-born, DAWEEJA, people of "spirit", who have managed to subdue their "ego" (HAUMAE) o...

BookRev-19Four Religious Communities of India:Hindu, Sikh, Khalsa and Nirmallae Sant -6. 2. SECOND SIKH COMMUNITY:- This community is for the twice-born, DAWEEJA, people of "spirit", who have managed to subdue their "ego" (HAUMAE) of fleshly tribal seed or of JAATI. They enjoy the "Nectar" of second community, His Word that was delivered by the supreme SATGURU NANAK DEV JI, Who outlined the Spiritual (ROOHANI) Principles ("His Word") of RAM or God. As God is Spirit, so only the sensible people of "spirit" (SURTI) are capable of enjoying fully the Preaching of SATGURU NANAK DEV JI.

The "spirit" or common sense to understand "His Word" is bestowed by God upon the person through "grace" (NADIR) and the past deeds of the person in the previous lives also play an important role. Thus, SATGURU NANAK DEV JI played a similar part as SHRI RAM CHANDER JI did, in the capacity of "moon", a Witness to the Light, in the TRETA YUG but as the "Sun", the Primary Source of Light in this Dark Age.

Therefore, for Preaching to us the Spiritual Principles pertaining to our souls SATGURU NANAK DEV JI (ROOHANI MURYADA PARSHOTAM AVTAAR) could also be designated the incarnation of PAAR VISHNU as SHRI RAM CHANDER JI (DUNIAVI MURYADA PARSHOTAM AVTAAR) was the incarnation of VISHNU for imparting to us the secular moral laws of life. Thus, whereas the VEDAS contained the words of BRAHMA, The AD-GRANTH SAHIB contains the Words or Gospel of PAAR BRAHM. The absolute superiority of PAAR VISHNU SATGURU NANAK DEVJI over VISHNU is further emphasized in the stories that the consort goddess DURGA of demiurge god VISHNU used to do all the menial works for SATGURU NANAK DEVJI.

For God being "Love" and "Service", the Sikhs (Labourers or students) of SATGURU NANAK DEV JI are to be cool-headed and loving servants of people. The cool-headed nature of the Sikhs is further vividly emphasized in building The HARMANDIR SAHIB right in the middle of the Pool; remember that our physical self is the Temple of God or HARMANDIR.

This is further emphasized in the Saying of SATGURU NANAK DEVJI, "NA KO BERI, NAHAEN BAEGANA; SAGAL SANG HUM KO BANN AIEE" i.e. a Sikh has no enemy or there is none stranger to him but he is to fight and overpower the five spiritual robbers/enemies that are with him since the person has come to his senses. In a House, physical body, there are Five; three against two and two against three.

A Sikh named Ghaniyia set an example by serving water to and nursing the wounds of everyone alike in a battle between the KHALSAS of Royal King GOBIND SINGH JI and the spiritually blind soldiers of Turkus, the Mammon worshippers or MUNNMUKH infidel Kings. The cruel nature of Turkus is depicted by SATGURU NANAK DEV JI in the Saying, "TURK (MUNN MUKH) PATHANI AMAL KIYA ......" i.e. not all the people of Pathan tribe were infidels but the greedy ones who performed the shameless and cruel deeds during the process of plundering the Punjab. Today, these MUNNMUKH TURK Pathans are reaping the reward of plundering the Punjab. The same applies to the Mughals.

Sikhs lead the life of householders and by the time they have looked after their family affairs, they also had acquired sufficient knowledge of AKAAL PURAKH (Eternal One) to serve Him diligently by joining either the Third Community of Khalsas or the Fourth Community of Apostles called NIRMALLAE SANTS, both of them require the members to renounce their family homes i.e. one is to be no more twice-bound doubting whether to serve Mammon or God (DUBDA) but devoted or sealed to serve One -- some seeds fell on a soil free of the weeds i.e. wilderness.

Further, a Sikh is known by his qualities that are best known by his deeds and what comes out of his own mouth which will tell us the purity of his heart and how much spiritual knowledge he has acquired. But if a person speaks out sweet falsehoods (KOORR), then he is either a hypocrite KOORRIAYAR or a Mammon worshipper MUNNMUKH. For the quality of a Sikh being known by his "speech", Sikh is also called a "NAADI (voice) ROOP (self)" i.e. inwardly or spiritual (SOOKHSHAM ROOP) self; in the same way as in the Bible it is stressed that a Jew is one who is inwardly and not outwardly (of the flesh). And, therefore, those who proclaim the Sikh to be a tribe or "BINDI (seed) ROOP (self)" i.e. outwardly of the flesh (ASTHOOL ROOP) and identify him with Sikh tribe or KAUM, they are nothing else but the propagators of falsehoods known as KOORRIAYAR in Panjabi or the anti-christs. Thus, to be a good learned Sikh is not a joke and such a person is "solitary" in nature as per the Saying of SATGURU NANAK DEVJI, "GUR GIYAN ANJAN SATGUR PAYA, AGIYAN ANDHER BINASAE" i.e. after receiving the Light of Knowledge from a SATGURU, the Darkness of misconceptions vanishes away.

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