Not really, we believe "God is in the creation and the creation is in God", but they are still different things. In the GGS it says that God is woven into his creation like thread in a pearl necklace. We are meant to respect and love nature; "air is the guru, water is the father and earth is the mother." We believe that every living thing has a soul, the same soul. One thing is not more superior than the other. God loves all his creation equally and all the creation is related to eachother, as we all come from one source.<quoted text>
Hey Clementine, in Vancouver this weekend I had a taxi driver, Indian man, who was commenting in a negative way on the fundamentalist Christians in the U.S. Then he said don't get me wrong, I believe in a god, but my god is nature.
Is this the belief of Sikhism?
I have to say one thing here, in sikhism it does not matter what you believe, you are entitled to your own opinion, but you must try to be a good human. So you can believe that God created the world by dancing, singing, etc... these harmless things mean nothing and have no importance, but you must not forget that God is love and to reach God you must learn to love all his creation. People argue about how the world was created, they fight and forget that they're fighting with their 'siblings'. People hurt eachother because of stupid things that aren't even that important.