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Many The Ways We Love Thee:
Letter & Spirit - # 4
One of my patients said to me the other day that she wanted to be at peace in feeling that she had done her part as a Muslim before she moved away to another state.
Father, Mother, Kin & Brother Too
Letter & Spirit - #3
"You are my father, you are my mother. You are my kin, and my brother too. You are my protector everywhere; why need I feel any fear or anxiety?"
Perfection is a Goal, Not a Pre-Requisite SIMRAN JEET SINGH
I have observed a unique aspect of the Sikh belief system: Sikhi does not incentivize religion on the basis of fear, but instead, on the basis of love.
Letter & Spirit - #2
A New Weekly Column
Love, compassion, and forgiveness are fundamental colors of our soul ... Dark colors -- anger, greed, resentment, revenge, guilt and fear -- replace and smudge the color of the soul ...
Letter & Spirit:
A New Weekly Column
# 1 - Master and Servant
“jo maangeh thaakur apne te so-ee so-ee devai” - "Whatever (a servant) asks for, the master gives it." A popular shabad, oft sung ... what does it mean?
Guru Granth Sahib:
An Introduction To Sikh Scripture
SIMRAN JEET SINGH
The elevation of the scripture to the status of Guru gave it a further level of authority. In addition to viewing it as Divine revelation, Sikhs also understand it as their complete, eternal and infallible life-guide.
Bowing Before The Guru
by ANAM SIDDIQ
On this rainy Thursday night at the Manhattan Sikh Association center, the woman, her child, and the entire congregation have gathered for a service ...
The Whitney Houston Tragedy:
A Sikh Perspective
by KANWAL PRAKASH "K.P." SINGH
We cannot fully know the formidable challenges and personal struggles that Whitney Houston faced in recent years, after her
meteoric rise as the singer with a golden talent and global acclaim.
A Mother's Prayer by MEETA KAUR
"I pray that when Sidak has to face the moment where he has to defend who he is, or is tasked with the responsibility of defending your child, they stand their ground, dig into who they are, and find their heart-racing courage together."
The Good Bargain Translated from Punjabi by BIMAL KAUR
Nanak stood quietly, with his head bowed. Suddenly Kalu ji lifted his hand and slapped him across his cheek. His anger more inflamed, he raised his hand yet again and slapped him on the other cheek.