When the Saints Go Marching In
I have to say. This thing they call meditation? Pretty freaking cool. Before the Siri Singh Sahib’s teachings and I found each other, I’d been fed all sorts of hogwash by all sorts of well-meaning people...
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The Most Beautiful Building in the World
Australian media writes a glittering expose on Hari Mandir Sahib highlighting the beauty, serenity and martial spirit that has allowed this place to bless humanity, "In this Billionaires Australia guide, we’ll take a look at the history, importance and extreme awesomeness of this fantastic building."
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A Stitching Center of One’s Own for Impoverished Farm Women
Woolf underscored the dependence of literary genius on freedom of thought; of freedom of thought on the free availability of space; and of space on financial freedom that buys time and space—for the body, heart and head. ...
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Kids Engaged in Gurmat Crash Course
Guru Gobind Singh Circle Canada held another Gurmat Crash course. This was another jam-packed session after the Kitchener and Guelph this year. Children were excited to learn and participate. Spellbound number of kids participated and showed up all the three days.
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Anand Sahib : Remain with 'Har' ~ Second Pauree
The Divine is both present within the Creation, and unaffectedly watching and guiding it. This is the way I have come to understand the Unseen and the Unknown in the second pauree of the Anand Sahib.
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Breaking Through the Binds of Dowry
In May 2010, I saw my father crying. When I got to know it was due to dowry demands from my prospective husband's family, I decided I didn't want to go ahead with the marriage that was rapidly approaching...
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How I start my day: Amandeep Kaur
How we start our day sets the tone for the entire day. When we begin our day with a grateful heart, contemplating the greatness within and around us, its fragrance spreads throughout the day.
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Narinder Singh of Topcoder: Is It the Cards, or How You Play Them?
So I remember my parents often saying, in a kind of broken English, “What are you getting to hold onto out of that?” Over time, that came to mean for me: “What are you holding onto out of an experience? What’s the essence of what you took away?”
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Young Sikh Doctor & Critical Drug Research
As the son of a retail pharmacy owner, Simerdeep Singh Gupta ’10GP, ’14Ph.D., always knew he wanted to pursue a career in the field. “While my dad’s business focused on selling pharmaceutical drugs,” he said, “I was always curious about how these drugs were made.”
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Ludhiana Gatkebaaz Champion of Major Competition
Gatkebaaz from Ludhiana district bagged first position on the concluding day of Punjab state Gatka Championship (men & women) at Machhiwara (Ludhiana) by winning 73 gold, 26 silver and 2 bonze medals during the mega event.
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