The Menier Gallery in London hosts a moving art exhibition inspired by Bapu Surat Singh, an 83-year-old grandfather who left the comforts of his life in the United States behind to peacefully protest in India.
All my respect, admiration and affection is for fellow travelers on this path, who, if only just once, reach for the heights in whatever way, small or large, to touch the beauty and majesty of their own soul.
Ravi Singh, 46, and two others brought cereal bars and thousands of bottles of water in a van and pick-up truck. The three, volunteering as part of Khalsa Aid, offered their help via police and port authorities.
Singh says it’s not about the money, but rather, it’s about helping others and asking for nothing in return. “There has to be not even a bit of you, no I, no me, it’s all him and once that ego disappears you can feel the bliss all the time.”