Sikh Dharma says, Ang Sang Wahe Guru (“with every action of you, God is”). It does not say God is good or bad, high or low—it says, “God is with you no matter who you are, or why you are.”
Sikh Dharma gives the simplest concept, which is, Ang Sang Wahe Guru. God is with you, not that God is with you only when you do “what you should.” Nor that God is with you only when you are meditating.
“God is with you.” That’s it. A simple concept, but when this concept is with you, Sikhs believe you have to act responsibly. If you don’t want to act responsibly, you cannot believe God is with you. A Sikh has no doubt that Guru is Ang Sang, is within every limb.
Sikhs believe that a human being can be with God when the human allows the Infinite God to merge with the finite being, and when the Infinite God is allowed to merge in the finite human, all the time, everywhere, in good or bad times.
~This information was originally shared in the book Living Reality (1994) by Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Khalsa.