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What does Sikhism teach about environment and stewardship?

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The holy scriptures in Sikhism say

The Lord infused His Light into the dust, and created the world, the universe.
The sky, the earth, the trees, and the water - all are the Creation of the Lord.
  • God is the creator of all that exists.
  • Man has a duty to care for the creation
  • The world reflects what is inside man - pollution, global warming, ecology disasters - all these reflect what is inside every man, woman and child.
  • The holy scriptures say those who are close to God seek to do good
The God-conscious person is animated with an intense desire to do good in this world
  • Therefore, Sikhs around the world teach and practice
  • respect for the creation of God - the world, the universe
  • The practice of spiritual discipline; seeking dharma, right conduct
  • Use of sangat, pangat and langar to refute exploitation, inequality, wasteful use of resources and promotion of respect for the creation and all within the creation - community based sharing of resources.

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