I had this book when I was a child. It is only now that I realize the depth of its message. I think it alludes to one of the basic Sikh tenets very simply and beautifully. I hope you all enjoy, and are able to grasp the metaphor.
Following video was on my fb page yesterday, if you have one hour you can check .
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Can someone embed it ?
my name is michael
I am French and proud to be ;)
I live in the countryside
I come from a Catholic family and atheist
there is of it a few months I discovered Sikhism and how you say I accept the precept that belief and finally found a life paths
I wish I still accurate in the study of...
Gurufateh sangat jio
You may be interested in this book Basics of Language for Language Learners published by the Ohio State University Press:
It's about language in general to give you a conscious understanding of...
Sat Nam _/|\_
I really like this guy's videos. He educates not just about the facts of Sikhism. He goes deep into the heart. Yay!
Wondering if there are others making videos like this. Would love some recommendations if you have them.
Nam Jiwan :mundabhangra: :singhbhangra...
What do u think is the reason behind the Sikh youth going away from its roots n its basics?? Is it the influence n tactics of the government or neglection of the parents towards the need to make dere kids realise the value or importance of our Identity our Kes our Pagg n our Kakars?? Getting...
Three pillars of Sikhism
The Three Pillars of Sikhism were formalised by Guru Nanak as:
The Guru led the Sikhs directly to practise Simran and Naam Japna—meditation on God and reciting and chanting of God’s Name—Waheguru. The Sikh is to recite the Nitnem banis...
NANKIAN PHILOSOPHY: BASICS FOR HUMANITY
By Devinder Singh Chahal
Published by Institute for Understanding Sikhism (IUS)
Laval, Quebec, Canada
Distributed by Singh Brothers, Amritsar
Pages: 382, Edition 2008, Price (Hard Cover): Rs. 450 CAN$30
A Review by Dr. D. P. Singh*...
Why did Bertrand Russell , a mathematician, philosopher and self-identified atheist have such positive words for the path of Sikhism?
"If some lucky men survive the onslaught of the third world war of atomic and hydrogen bombs, then the Sikh religion will be the only means of guiding them.'...