This teaching made us unafraid then. And it can work today. Some of us are afraid of failure at work as a Sikh, but if you are going to fail, it would happen with or without a turban. If you are going to succeeed it would be with or without a turban, so don't worry about that.
Seeking help is often a question of googling to find where to call, but as in this story, so often the people stuck in this situation are in denial, and always think “tomorrow will be better.” It’s a vicious cycle that is very hard for many to break.
[VIDEO] We hope you enjoy this wonderful video from Shanti Kaur Khalsa. It's a touching story of Guru Gobind Singh with his soldiers after the fall of Anandpur Sahib. This footage was taken from Camp Miri Piri 2015.
“Right now, she’s still here, and we tell her it’s time for you to retire, and she’s like ‘I’m never retiring. What am I going to do (at) home?’ So she’s our backbone. If it wasn’t for her, I don’t think we’d be here.”
Jasjit Singh, Senior Policy Advisor, U.S. Department of Justice Benjamin spoke to NBC News. With this new position I am looking forward to utilizing my skills and experiences to serve a community need.
“Loxford School Trust respects the human rights of individuals to practise their religion in public or in private. For child safeguarding reasons we request that visitors wear the kirpan discreetly..."
So we have a habit to poison ourselves. It's like junk food. It's tasty, but it kills you. When you eat junk food, your body goes. If you think junk, your mind goes. If you want a junk mind and body it's your choice.
This project deserves a lifetime and that's what it would take. The reading of Gurbani would likely complete but its integration into a life would continue beyond generations in a never ending process.