• Your Mercy is my social status.
    Your Mercy is my social status.
    ~ Guru Nanak Dev Ji
  • He Himself makes the mortals anxious, and He Himself takes the anxiety away.
    He Himself makes the mortals anxious, and He Himself takes the anxiety away.
    ~ Guru Amar Das Ji
  • Thou has a thousand eyes and yet not one eye; Thou host a thousand forms and yet not one form.
    ~ Guru Nanak Dev Ji
  • Without the Name, there is no peace.
    Without the Name, there is no peace.
    ~ Guru Gobind Singh Ji
  • These friends are united, and will not be separated again, they have been united by the Creator Lord Himself.
    These friends are united, and will not be separated again, they have been united by the Creator Lord Himself.
    ~ Guru Gobind Singh Ji
  • Serving the True Guru, one finds a lasting peace, the pains of birth and death are removed.
    Serving the True Guru, one finds a lasting peace, the pains of birth and death are removed.
    ~ Guru Gobind Singh Ji
  • By perfect good karma, you shall meet the True Guru, and then the Dear Lord, by His Sweet Will, shall bless you with His Mercy.
    By perfect good karma, you shall meet the True Guru, and then the Dear Lord, by His Sweet Will, shall bless you with His Mercy.
    ~ Guru Gobind Singh Ji
  • The greatest comforts and lasting peace are obtained, when one eradicates selfishness from within.
    The greatest comforts and lasting peace are obtained, when one eradicates selfishness from within.
    ~ Guru Gobind Singh Ji
  • Only those who have loved shall attain the Lord.
    Only those who have loved shall attain the Lord.
    ~ Guru Gobind Singh Ji
  • If we consider the work which (Guru) Gobind (Singh) accomplished, both in reforming his religion and instituting a new code of law for his followers, his personal bravery under all circumstances; his persevering endurance amidst difficulties, which would have disheartened others and overwhelmed them in inextricable distress, and lastly his final victory over his powerful enemies by the very men who had previously forsaken him, we need not be surprised that the Sikhs venerate his memory. He was undoubtedly a great man.
    If we consider the work which (Guru) Gobind (Singh) accomplished, both in reforming his religion and instituting a new code of law for his followers, his personal bravery under all circumstances; his persevering endurance amidst difficulties, which would have disheartened others and overwhelmed them in inextricable distress, and lastly his final victory over his powerful enemies by the very men who had previously forsaken him, we need not be surprised that the Sikhs venerate his memory. He was undoubtedly a great man.
    ~ W. L. McGregor, on Guru Gobind Singh
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