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A sikh who does not leave the Guru, the Guru never leaves him. He who truly loves the Satguru, Satguru loves him much more. As the sikh falls at the Holy Feet, he has already been accepted, owned and saved by the Satguru.
 

 

Wood when burnt in fire, first assumes the shape (roop) of fire and then turns into coal. Wood turned coal, however, marks its distinguishable and separate identity from fire. Its identity is more close to the wood but when the wood has really burnt itself out in fire, nothing but a lump of ashes remains. It has lost its separate identity into the Fire. It has totally merged in fire. As it retains no more, any separate identity, it can be said to be totally consumed by and merged in fire.

  When one so totally loses one-self in the Divine retaining no more any separate individuality and identity he is truly merged with the Lord.  
  Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj  

One who so enters the Holy Sarnagti of the Satguru, so chooses the Lotus Feet of the Satguru, so surrenders himself at His Feet, has actually been already accepted by the Guru.

A sikh who does not leave the Guru, the Guru never leaves him. He who truly loves the Satguru, Satguru loves him much more. As the sikh falls at the Holy Feet, he has already been accepted, owned and saved by the Satguru.

He who so chooses the Divine, has already been chosen by the Divine.

  Tan Man Dhan Sabh Saunp Gur Ko
Hukam Maniai Paiai
 
  Sri Guru Granth Sahib (918)  


 

 
 
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