But we are not alone in our love of hair. By educating ourselves about the stories of our neighbours and nations that have come before us, we can see that while our fight to maintain our distinctive identity is noble, it is hardly unique.
“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.
“Nobody deserves to be treated this way in our country,” said Ms. Kaur. “We trust that local law enforcement will treat our complaint with the same vigilance and vigor as the initial complaint received.”