Sikhism: beliefs about God
Sikhs believe in one God whose name they must keep in their mind. Sikhs must live their life as God would wish.
Belief in one God is central to Sikhism. Sikhs are monotheists. They believe it is important to keep the name of God in their mind and live their life as God would wish.
Sikhs believe that God:
There are many Sikh names for God, yet each is inadequate to express the reality of Waheguru (God).
|Sat Nam||Eternal Reality|
|Akal Purakh||Eternal One|
Sikhs believe that there is only one God but that this is the God of all religions. No single religion can claim to be the only true way to Waheguru, and different religions are just different ways towards Waheguru.
You are Father, Mother, Friend, Brother, with you as support everywhere, what fear can I Have?
Guru Granth Sahib 103
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