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God everywhere and in all equally
Sri Nam Dev Jee in Asa Rag, on the same page also stated, eibhai bithal oobhai bithal, bithal bin sansar nahi Wherever we see it is God manifest, without Him, none exists. Again, even the Name for God used is the Hindu Name for their god Krishna, Bithal.
One alone is pervading and permeating in the countless creatures; wherever I look, there He is. The marvellous image of Maya is so fascinating; how few understand this. 1 .
God is in everything, God is in everything. Without God, there is nothing at all. As one thread holds hundreds and thousands of beads, He is woven into His creation. 1 . Pause .
The waves of the water, the foam and bubbles, are not distinct from the ocean water. This manifested world is the playful game of the Supreme Lord God; reflecting upon this wondrous Play, we find that it is not different from Him. 2 .
False doubts and dream objects - man believes them to be true. The Guru, verily God abiding in me, has instructed me to try to do good deeds, and my awakened mind has accepted this. 3 .
Says Nam Dev, see the Creation of the Lord, and reflect upon it in your heart. In each and every heart, and deep within the very nucleus of all, is the One Lord. 4 . 1 .
(Rag Asa, Si Nam Dev Jee, page 485)
Most Important Note on the last verse above -
(keval aik Murari Name of Hindu god is given scores of such Names of Hindu gods and goddesses appear at various pages of SGGS). Alas, Kala Afghana would have observed this in SGGS, before writing his Most Unwanted Criticism of Sri Dasam Granth, which has caused fatal injury to the Community.
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