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Sikhism The Royal Falcon by Jessi Kaur

Discussion in 'Book Reviews & Editorials' started by Aman Singh, Dec 18, 2009.

  1. Aman Singh

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    About the Book
    Eight-year-old Arjan suspects his class mate of stealing his special pencil. In a magical moment, Guru Gobind Singh ji’s falcon comes alive to help him. Will Arjan get his pencil back? Why does the royal falcon take him back in time to 1705 to witness Guru ji’s court in session? Join Arjan and Khushi, the falcon, in an exciting tale of adventure and friendship.

    About the Author
    Jessi Kaur is the author of Dear Takuya ... Letters of a Sikh boy, a highly acclaimed book that has been approved by more than 200 schools in the US for inclusion in elementary school libraries.

    She has traveled extensively, sharing the spiritual values taught by the Sikh Gurus. She is a frequent speaker at interfaith conferences and addressed the Parliament of Worlds Religions (PWR) held in Barcelona, Spain in 2004.

    She has been invited to speak at the 2009 PWR in Melbourne.

    Her passionate commitment to sharing the universal teachings of the Gurus stems from her deep faith that peace is possible when the barriers of ignorance are brought down and we open our hearts to those who seem different from us. She strongly believes that the journey begins within oneself.

    Jessi has written for several mainstream and ethnic magazines on a wide range of topics of contemporary interest. She is a Fine Arts Commissioner for the city of Cupertino, California, and a theater and arts aficionado.
    Jessi taught English Literature at Delhi University before moving to California, where she has been a Human Resources Consultant for high-tech companies in the Silicon Valley. The mother of a young man who is a junior at UCLA, School of Theater, Film and Television, Jessi lives with her husband in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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    I cannot stop looking at that bottom picture. Don't all of us dream of this? How great would it be to cuddle up like that, so warm, so safe. I don't think I'd ever want to wake up.

    Sorry for getting gushy; that's how this picture makes me feel. :happykaur:
     
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