Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Jio,
When in England, Sant Karam Singh Ji asked Sant Baba Isher Singh Ji Maharaj (Rara Sahib Wale) the following: “What type of meditation should an individual who has a passion to meet with the Lord Waheguru conduct?” Sant Ji Maharaj replied – “Even if a Sikh does not engage in a large amount of meditation, it is more important for a Sikh to not judge anyone for their bad deeds. A Sikh must see the light of the Lord in all and spread love to all. This is the most important teaching to embed in oneself in order to achieve a peaceful state of mind…”
This is the true definition of a Pooran Brahmgiani. Despite having ‘Antarjaamta’ (all-knowingness), they do not pay attention to other people’s sins because to an extent, everyone has committed sins, regardless of whether they be large or small.
The following is an analogy of how Mahapurkh operate in our world. The analogy is as follows, if a landowner of a sweetcorn field employs a servant to watch the field making sure no one steals the crops but the servant instead begins checking the sweetcorn cobs, ripping them apart and judging the quality of the crops against one another, the landowner will be upset. The servant may have prevented the crops from being stolen but however has perhaps caused even more damage to the landowner as his crops have been destroyed. In the same instance, this world is the land of Parmeshar Waheguru. Mahapurkh are employed on this planet to spread the word of Gurbani. Just like the servant, they are not to act in a manner that is opposite to the order they have been given by Waheguru in order to be successful in their service. Mahapurkh instead aim to see good virtues in people instead of negative deeds. It is due to having this virtue that we have Mahapurkh to speak to in trust about matters regarding our Jeevan and how to overcome our difficulties.
Please forgive us for any mistakes.
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Jio