We serve around 300 children, twice a month with nutritive food. Beyond food we brought them hope, a place to share and grow up knowing that there are nice people, they can trust in God, and that they can grow in that vibration. LOVE.
...during the worst flooding in U.S. History since Superstorm Sandy. UNITED SIKHS' Humanitarian Aid volunteers and staff from across the country have been physically in Louisiana working tirelessly...
Many he inspired and uplifted, many he lead to the Guru's feet. A great messenger of the Guru passed away 10 years ago. His birthday is still celebrated every year and this is a loving tribute written by an admirer of his. "Dhan Dhan Yogi Bhajan"
Chardhi kala—rising spirit. If you want to have an equal literal meaning of this, it only means rising spirit. In other words, if you have a Christian background it is called resurrection, continuous resurrection. Not just one, but all the time, every time, in every minute
The Pillars represent the six character traits taught to NISD students as part of the Josephson Institute’s Character Counts program. The traits are: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship.
A delegation of French industrialists and entrepreneurs will visit Bengaluru during January next year to hold talks with state officials on investment opportunities in Karnataka.
Your thoughts create your reality. What you choose to pay attention to stimulates your thoughts. So what are you listening to? What soundtrack is going on in your mind?
In this ever-changing world there are timeless principles at work, sometimes beneath the surface, sometimes quite apparent. There are also special creations, enduring pieces of art, that reflect these principles in a way that captures our imagination and turns our attention inward.
If you want to meditate, begin with your breath. Slow your breath down.
Your eyes have to be closed, otherwise you will be distracted. Sit up tall, and relax your shoulders. Then become aware of your breath.
Beging thinking ...
The legendary love-birds ‘chakva’ and ‘chakvi’ – are male and female orange-brown ducks. They are known for their love for the sun. In poetic references, when the sun sets, they feel that they have been separated from their partner who might be right next to them.