Hope and Compassion
Touch gently the Life Of your fellow man For the human heart Shapes as easily As clay upon The potter's wheel
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Rik Basra - SAVE-A-LIFE Campaign
Rik has Lukemia of the blood and has only weeks to live. All that’s required is a little bit of blood from a matching donor, that’s all! So please come to the community centre of Guru Tegh Bahadur Gurdwara (East Park Road) this Sunday between 11-5pm and give a small saliva sample.
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Chile and the 9th Lord of Miracles Tour in Honor of Guru Ram Das
Chile is such a great country. It stretches several thousand miles from north to south on the Pacific side of the South American continent and only 90 miles east to west. Its eastern flank is the great Andes Mountain range that separates it from Argentina. It is a land forged by fire, earthquakes and volcanoes. And its shape? Like a chile pepper, of course.
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Miracle on Moeser Lane
The people of El Cerrito refused to let his legacy die. This beloved holiday tradition can go on for hundreds of years. Or it can go away tomorrow, and after a generation nobody will remember. It's up to you, El Cerritans.
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In Selfless Service of Music: Weber Iago's Music Seva
"As an artist, my desire, as much as it is to present good music, things that are technically and artistically evolved, is also .. to convey a message to society. Even if the song has no lyrics, the energy behind the notes and the titles may contain a message of love and compassion and acceptance and gratitude and enlightenment."
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9th Lord of Miracles Tour ~ Mexico, in Honor of Guru Ram Das
For the past 20 years Mexico in its devotion always has a Guru Ram Das weekend once a year. This year the timing worked out that we can combine their celebration with the 9th Lord of Miracles Tour in Honor of Guru Ram Das. And a great celebration it was.
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Maryland Gurdwara Hosts a Health Fair and Career Consultations for youth
Leading Indian physicians from across the Washington area converged recently to give their free advice at a health fair at one of the Gurdwaras in Washington area.
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Kiwi ingenuity to the fore in beach cleanup
Hundreds of volunteers crawled on their hands and knees in the sand yesterday, collecting bags of oily mess as they went. More than 5000 people have volunteered to help so far. About 620 tonnes of oily sandy waste have been recovered, with more oil washing up in Mt Maunganui on Saturday night.
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Strategic Vision to Educate, Enshrine and Empower Rural North India
Tucked away in the remote corner of a far-flung region of Himachal Pradesh, nestled in the lap of the mighty Himalayas stands this unique institution that is toiling un-noticed and coming closer to its dream of showing the world “The way to permanent peace”.
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Kalonzo flags off Sikh community food aid
Mr Musyoka said the country is planning to make the annual and vicious cycle of famine a thing of the past by revolutionizing agricultural production through irrigation.
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