Simone from Tauranga emailed the programme, saying "it upsets us all to see such a lovely kind man living in such an empty home". Mr Singh's flatmate Ravi and Lily from Big Save Furniture came on board to help fill Mr Singh's house.
One thing we want to think about is cutting back on the processed foods. There is a paradigm when we are preparing food for people; quality and quantity. It is better to have a smaller portion of higher quality food, than to have bigger portions of low quality food.
Sadasat Simran Singh Khalsa is a member of Chardikala Jatha, and he is a Hazoori Raagi at Sri Harimandir Sahib in Amritsar. His Kirtan Jetha has played Kirtan and spoken in many Gurdwaras around the world. They have also been the main feature of Camp Miri Piri which originated in Singapore. This video was filmed to help bring attention to the 2015 Camp Miri Piri in Espanola, New Mexico. June 13-17. You can be with him and many other great teachers there.
I must have been about 4 years old when she told me the story which would later shape me in to being the person I have become. That story was about Bhai Kanhaiya ji. It made an everlasting impact on my mind to choose the Path of Sewa.
"I can't thank UNITED SIKHS enough for organizing this program. I am the sole earner in my family of four and the skills learnt during this program will help me earn a better income," says participant Gurpreet Kaur
More than 50 members of South Auckland's Sikh community have contributed to a successful blood donation drive at the event at the NZ Blood Donor Centre in Manukau by Sikh Youth NZ and the Spoken Words Youth Group
[VIDEO] The professor and Sikh Coalition fellow says the end goal of Sikhism is love, and that even though Sikhs have been the target of discrimination for decades, it is important to act with kindness and respect toward others.
Please enjoy this in depth look at Siri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, our eleventh Guru. This is part of a series from Basics of Sikhi called '12 weeks 12 Gurus.' Who is the 12th Guru? You'll have to watch and find out.
We don't really know where this story comes from - Indian, Chinese, Greek or some other people with a rich trove of traditional lore and mythology of humanity but the moral remains universal. And it is just as good today as it ever was.