God Himself is the Forgiver

This quote “God himself is the Forgiver” is by the last living Guru for the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

Have you guys ever heard of Sikhs, or Sikhism? Sikhism is the fifth largest religion in the world and was founded by Guru Nanak Dev Ji. As the Bible holy scripture for Christians , Guru Granth Sahib Ji is the holy book for Sikhs. In addition unique to Sikhs, this book is also the living eternal Guru. Sikhs believe in one universal God that is common to all mankind and not limited to any religion, nation, race, creed, color, or gender. The Sikh religion is monotheistic that believes in one supreme Creator, free of gender, absolute, all-pervading, and eternal.

Let’s say you have done a lot of bad things and you want to change. That is amazing!

If you are serious about changing, you will have to start with acknowledging your mistakes and taking responsibility. You can ask God, or whatever higher power you may believe in for forgiveness.

No matter if you believe in a higher power or God, we should always try to be the best version of ourselves that we can be.

I encourage you to try to always stay positive and make the right decisions no matter how hard they may be. It does not matter if you do not believe in a higher power or not. If you do, always know that they will forgive you, if you are serious about making a change.

If you do not believe in a higher power, you can still always be the best that you can for yourself and for people around in the society.


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