Sikhism and VirtueScience
There are many in this world who call themselves Sikh-many different levels and types of Sikh.
To the true Sikh Guru Nanac is the very embodyment of virtue and goodness. To know and love Guru is to sanctify and enrich their lives.
It follows then that to increase our love and knowledge of the virtues is to better know and love Guru.
Take a look at your own life now. Are there any persistant faults that have plagued you for as long as you can rememember? Faults that have caused a lot of conflict and criticism fom others maybe? If you dont feel ready to atain enlightenment in this present life wouldnt it be something to at least dissolve away a few stubbon character flaws? Wouldnt you like to give your future life the gift of a healthy balanced character? You can achieve this and a lot more if you apply yourself to the new Science of Virtue.
Regarding the exercises the SIKH has certain advantages over other people. Simply this: when studying they can ask God to help them study. When performing the exercises, the power of God can be called apon to bless and uplift them. Furthermore the SIKH has the best of role models to aspire towards: Guru Nanac himself!
A Confession.Inner medicine could be a lot better! It merely represents distorted fragments of the Universal Truths which mere man can never express fully with written word.
A Further Confession!You do not need "Inner Medicine" to be a good Sikh. However if you accept this "Inner Medicine" in the spirit in which it is intended I trust that you will find it of great help and a faithful friend in your quest to become a True Sikh.
"Truth is the highest virtue, But truthful living is higher still. In every heart God dwells, Dedicate thyself to his service. Desire for pleasure is the disease, Suffering is the cure. Peace enters the mind, When desire and pleasure exist no more. Let us serve in the world, Then shall we find a place in the court of the lord."
GURU NANAK DEV JI
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