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Discovery of God
“There is One God-the Eternal Truth,
True is His Name, All-pervading Divine Spirit,
The Creator, The Supreme Being
(Omnipresent, Omniscient, Omnipotent),
without fear, without Enmity,
Immortal Reality, Unborn, Self-Existent,
Realized through the Grace of the Guru.”
(Adi Granth-1)
God created the Universe – the earth, the sky, the water, the sun, the
moon and the stars, flora and fauna and millions of species on earth,
under water and in air. Finally God also created man in His own image.
So, the man has been considered as crown of the Creation. The animals,
the mammals, the insects, the birds and all other creatures are of lower
nature. Only a human being has been bestowed with the consciousness,
the wit and wisdom, and the mind with which to discern the Truth from the
Untruth, and choose between the good and the evil, the light and the
darkness. Hence there is a in-depth close relationship between God and
With a blurred vision and eyes of the mind closed due to the ignorance
about his real self and the Ultimate Reality – God, the man of the world
stuck up in the muddy materialism looks for peace, comfort and happiness
through material objects, but fails to attain the same.
The saints and sages have unanimously made it clear that God is the
ocean of peace and divinity. There cannot be any peace without God, and
no God – realization is possible without the grace of the True Master.
Unfortunately, the Man forgets God, the Creator, and caught up in the
glamour of materialism, and detracted from the main aim of human life,
keeps on working day and night beautifying the body, amassing wealth by
fair and foul means to an unlimited extent, performing domestic, social,
political and multifarious duties and consumes his entire life in the pursuit
of worldly objects, losing the game of life for the sake of materialistic
Even if a saint talks about God and wishes to convey the message of the
Truth, the worldling ignores the clarion call, the voice of Truth and says
that he has no time for this. The great Gurus and the prophets put the Man
wise by telling him not to remain engrossed in the worldly affairs and try to