Re: If god exists, what created god?

Sandeep Singh Brar (
Mon, 1 May 1995 17:44:30 UNDEFINED

This is what the Holy Scriptures of the Sikhs, The Guru Granth Sahib has to

"His self He created and Himself realized; Separating sky and earth, the
canopy He spread...Thou art true and holy; Righteousness hast Thou
established. In thy ecstasy of meditation, the origin has Thou concealed,
Brahma, supreme among the Hindu gods has not yet Thy extent known. Neither
hast Thou father nor mother, who might have born Thee. Neither has he form or
feature or any hue out of the universe. Of hunger and thirst has He no
feeling, eternally fulfilled." (Guru Nanak, Raga Malar)

"You are the Creator, O Lord, the Unknowable. You created the Universe of
diverse kinds, colours and qualities. You know your own Creation. All this is
your Play" (Guru Nanak, Var Majh)

"His Infinity no one may measure or state. Men's lives are swallowed up in the
effort; Saith Nanak: Know that He is supreme, all-knowing." (Guru Nanak, Japji)

"The Formless Supreme Being abides in the Realm of Eternity. Over His creation
He casts His glance of grace. In that Realm are contained all the continents
and the universes, Exceeding in number all count. Of creation worlds upon
worlds abide therein; All obedient to His will; He watches over them in bliss,
And has each constantly in mind." (Guru Nanak, Japji)



Sandeep Singh Brar
Toronto, Ontario Canada
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