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'''[[Sikhism]]''', the youngest of the world's religions, is barely five hundred years old. Its founder, [[Guru Nanak]], was born in [[1469]]. Guru Nanak spread a simple message of  '''"[[Ek Ong Kar]]"''' : we are all one, created by the One Creator of all Creation.  
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'''[[Sikhism]]''', the youngest of the world's religions, is barely five hundred years old. Its founder, [[Guru Nanak]], was born in [[1469]].  
  
This was at a time when [[India]] was being torn apart by casteism, sectarianism, religious factions, and fanaticism. He aligned with no religion, and respected all religions. He expressed the reality that there is [[God|only one God]] and many paths, and the Name of God is Truth,  '''"[[Sat Nam]]"'''.  
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[[Guru Nanak]] spread a simple message of  '''"[[Ek Ong Kar]]"''' : we are all one, created by the One Creator of all Creation.
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This was at a time when [[India]] was being torn apart by casteism, sectarianism, religious factions, and fanaticism. He aligned with no religion, and respected all religions.  
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He expressed the reality that there is [[God|only one God]] and many paths, and the Name of God is Truth,  '''"[[Sat Nam]]"'''.  
  
 
Guru Nanak's followers were called [[Sikh]]s - [[seekers of truth]]. He taught them to bow only before God, and to link themselves to the [[Guru]], the Light of Truth. '''
 
Guru Nanak's followers were called [[Sikh]]s - [[seekers of truth]]. He taught them to bow only before God, and to link themselves to the [[Guru]], the Light of Truth. '''
  
 
Among other things, '''[[Guru Nanak]] taught 3 simple ways of life'''; they are: '''''[[Nam Japna]]''''' - To meditate on God's Name and recite His praises; '''''[[Dharam di Kirat Karni]] ''''' - To work and earn by the "sweat of the brow" or effort of the mind; and '''''[[Vand Ke Chakna]]''''' - To generously share the fruits of one's labor with others {{Aowf|Introduction to Sikhism}}
 
Among other things, '''[[Guru Nanak]] taught 3 simple ways of life'''; they are: '''''[[Nam Japna]]''''' - To meditate on God's Name and recite His praises; '''''[[Dharam di Kirat Karni]] ''''' - To work and earn by the "sweat of the brow" or effort of the mind; and '''''[[Vand Ke Chakna]]''''' - To generously share the fruits of one's labor with others {{Aowf|Introduction to Sikhism}}

Latest revision as of 01:02, 9 August 2012

Sikhism, the youngest of the world's religions, is barely five hundred years old. Its founder, Guru Nanak, was born in 1469.

Guru Nanak spread a simple message of "Ek Ong Kar" : we are all one, created by the One Creator of all Creation.

This was at a time when India was being torn apart by casteism, sectarianism, religious factions, and fanaticism. He aligned with no religion, and respected all religions.

He expressed the reality that there is only one God and many paths, and the Name of God is Truth, "Sat Nam".

Guru Nanak's followers were called Sikhs - seekers of truth. He taught them to bow only before God, and to link themselves to the Guru, the Light of Truth.

Among other things, Guru Nanak taught 3 simple ways of life; they are: Nam Japna - To meditate on God's Name and recite His praises; Dharam di Kirat Karni - To work and earn by the "sweat of the brow" or effort of the mind; and Vand Ke Chakna - To generously share the fruits of one's labor with others .....More