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jassa    103

its time when this world will go in satyugh

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like islam believes in judgement day do we?

theres a judgement day when we die and everything comes before us. the good and the bad , and dharam raj i belive reads he everything we have done out and he tells the truth nothing can be hidden..

i duno what the muslims belive..............

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i think parwinder singh has said it the best. after death you will have your own judgement day. where you will stand before dharam raaj, n chittar gupt reveal ur actions, and you get questioned, n then sentnced( sorry for using term you, not refering to you, just giving example)

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harsharan000    1,890
On 5/12/2006 at 1:31 PM, kaaur said:

like islam believes in judgement day do we?

No absolutely not, we do not believe like you say in islam or christianity.

The real judgement day for each one, it is individual  not collective, it is when one leaves this world, that is our judgement time, for according to our good or bad karmas, our unfullfilled desires,we are moved forward to pay or reap, them and satisfy our desires.

Bani says: Dayndaa deh, laynda thaak paae.

Or the other option is, do His bhakti as per Gurmat, and free ourselves from the mavyavee creation for once and ever and become one with Him, with His apaar kirpa, not otherwise.

Sat Sree Akal.

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Jacfsing2    1,831
On 12/5/2006 at 8:31 AM, kaaur said:

like islam believes in judgement day do we?

Judgement day is not a thing as a Sikh concept, we are judged every second of every day. But for the sake of entertaining the idea of judgement day, let's say it's a real thing, what happens to all the beings that died before Judgement day, or those beings that weren't buried for whatever reason, what exactly would happen to their souls? In Gurmat as well as Dharmic faiths, there is a concept of reincarnation, so we don't have to wait in a purgatory state till that day, and it explains all of creation not just human life in this world. Now the more practical answer over Judgement day, is the Atheistic answer which believes that after you die you are gone forever, but Gurmat only supports the idea of Karmic debt being paid continually, (or until you start doing paht).

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singh598    375

There is only one God all pervading 

His name is true and he is the creator and doer

Fearless and without hatred, he is timeless. He doesn't come into transmigration because he is divine bliss.

He is known through the grace of the Gurus 

Repeat his name.

THIS IS THE CORE TEACHING KNOWN AS MOOL MANTRA

 

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