Lifestyle & News: Outreach and Seva
The University of Alberta Students' Union building was a sea of multi-coloured turbans on Tuesday in a broad-based show of support for the Sikh community.
The condition of the ward was pathetic and the poor were the worst affected. So, he decided to do something about it and started buying them food and medicines. Gurmeet Singh has donated his blood on multiple occasions as well.
“There’s an opportunity here to reach out and educate each other about cultural diversity,” he said. “It’s something we celebrate.”
“I always talked about becoming a singer but being a Punjabi girl with conservative parents made this dream feel impossible. I would constantly hear the ‘worst case scenario’ stories of the music industry.”
The new SikhNet will be unveiled soon. Now is the time we are looking for 10 excellent writers, photographers, videographers, poets and bloggers to share, inspire, elevate others by becoming a SikhNet Seva Champion.
From Oregon they flew down to Los Angeles to participate in the set up and running of the Vaisakhi celebration. Watch the video below to see what these yoga trainees said about their experience doing seva and being part of this blessed Sikh event.
"...A group of local boys in Himachal Pardesh attacked me. Even I got injured in the fight but nobody listened to me. My embassy didn’t support me and there’s no reply even from the Union minister.”
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...
Free kitchen in India run at the Sikhs' holiest shrine produces 200,000 flat breads and 1.5 tonnes of lentil soup daily.