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  1. J

    My New Blog

    Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa! Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh! Just wanted to let the brothers and sisters know on here that I have started a new blog. It's still a work in progress but so fair I've gotten positive reviews. Please feel free to read it in your free time My Journey Into Sikhi
  2. clarkejoey

    The Guy At The Door

    I discover every day how much of a sinner I've been, but it surprises me that it comes not with the shame and self-loathing I was trained into; rather, I gain in confidence knowing what to improve. Guru said He could make a hero out of anybody. As I observe myself, little baby steps over the...
  3. Harry Haller

    Self The Little Bear

    The little bear is dead, the cute brown big eyed little bear, do anything for anyone that bear, the void the little bear as left is huge, bigger than I thought, |I have had little sleep in 4 weeks now, no appetite, I just work, not for others anymore, for myself, its hard not to feel bitter, a...
  4. namritanevaeh

    Learn Punjabi Blog About Learning Panjabi

    I thought some might be interested in reading this blog: http://sohnikaur.tumblr.com/ It has to do with learning Panjabi, some challenges, some excitement, some epiphanies...etc. :-) :tablakudi:
  5. C

    30 Day Amrit Vela - Introducing A New Member Blog

    Satnaam Satsangat Ji, Whilst i agree that 'counting' our efforts in our path to Waheguru is not the right way to do things...sometimes i feel some initial targets within the Sangat can help readers get out of some bad habits, to make that extra effort, for us each to uplift each other when the...
  6. Ishna

    Leisure Guest Blog: Leonard Nimoy On The Vulcan Salute

    Taken from here: http://www.startrek.com/article/guest-blog-leonard-nimoy-on-the-vulcan-salute The Vulcan salute remains one of the classic, defining, iconic gestures in Star Trek. It’s been seen repeatedly across the franchise, often accompanied by the words, “Live long and prosper.” Leonard...
  7. N

    Interesting Blog

    Gurfateh Ji, A friend of mine has decided to start his journey to bond and become closer to Sikhi. He was telling me about it, and also mentioned that he was going to write a blog which he will update every day. The blog will contain goals that he sets, challenges that he faces and general...
  8. spnadmin

    Opinion Representative King's Hearings: Lessons Forgotten (The Hill's Congress Blog)

    Rep. King's hearings: Lessons forgotten By Floyd Mori and Deepa Iyer - 03/10/11 02:31 PM ET Today, Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) convenes a Congressional hearing on ‘radicalization’ within the American Muslim community. It is crucial for Americans of all races and religions to ensure that our...
  9. spnadmin

    World Libya Erupts As Gaddafi Clings On - I Will Die A Martyr!

    Libya erupts as Gaddafi clings on - live updates If you check this link periodically you can get live updates on the situation, courtesy of The Guardian. http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/blog/2011/feb/22/libya-gaddafi-speech-reaction-live-updates 6.32pm: We're having some difficulty this...
  10. spnadmin

    How I Found Sikhism (Blog Of An Imperfect Pen)

    an imperfect pen is a blog by "A white guy in Melbourne exploring the beauty of Sikh" How did I find Sikhism or how did Sikhism find me? About four years ago while working in mainland China I came across an interview on youtube by a white American Sikh called Guruka Singh. I can’t remember...
  11. spnadmin

    The Forgotten: Punjabi Homeless In Southall, UK (from Blog Of Maple Leaf Sikh)

    The Forgotten: Punjabi Homeless in Southall, UK This a a short film produced by the Sikh Welfare & Awareness Team (SWAT) on the very serious homeless situation currently in Southall, UK. YouTube - The Forgotten - Homeless in Southall - SWAT Visit SWAT's Facebook page to learn more...
  12. spnadmin

    The Punjabi Element (Sikhs R US Blog)

    The Punjab Element - Immigration of Farmers, Soldiers and Entrepreneurs I say to my fellow Punjabis, let us complete the whole alphabet - America-Australia (A), Brazil(B), Canada-Chile-China (C), Denmark (D), Ethopia (E), France (F), Italy & India (I), .....and so on. Make Punjab, Punjabiat...
  13. spnadmin

    Canada Remembering Kuldip Singh Sodhi (blog Of Maple Leaf Sikh)

    I regret to inform you that Sardar Kuldip Singh Sodhi passed away last Saturday after after a lengthy illness. His Path & Bhog (Final Prayers) will take place on Sunday December 26 at 1:30pm at Old Rexdale Gurdwara located at 47 Baywood Road, Rexdale, Ontario M9V 3Y8. All friends and family are...
  14. spnadmin

    A Reflection - Sikhs And Christmas

    Most people of Sikh heritage living in the West celebrate Christmas. During Christmas many people will buy alcohol, a big fat turkey, and presents to give to the children. On Christmas day the atmosphere in many homes is like a party, the booze is flowing, the smell of meat fills the house and...
  15. spnadmin

    Seeking Equality, Serving Others (Never Enough Sundays Blog)

    This article is from the Never Enough Sundays blog: Never Enough Sundays A weekly visit to a different faith group for 52 weeks to discover how people intentionally meet God in corporate worship. A person's faith tradition is made up of at least two things: first, what they say they...
  16. spnadmin

    Translation Of Guru Granth Sahib Ji (Sikh Identity Blog)

    TRANSLATION OF GURU GRANTH SAHIB JI Religion, in the words of Rudolf otto, is based on the experience of the Numinous. The same experience is enshrined in the scriptures. Since the experience of the numinous is primarily non-rational the nature of the scriptural language most of the time is...
  17. spnadmin

    Su-puttar, My Eldest Son (from The Sikhs R Us Blog)

    My eldest son or as they call it in India Su-puttar or the good son! Admin note: The photo is of some fathers and sons found http://sikhism.about.com/od/sikhwomen/ig/Sikh-Fathers/. This is about my 15 years old son whose names sounds like "Kaim Rehan" Which is made up of two words "kaim"...
  18. spnadmin

    Controversial Kashmiri Muslim Performing Kirtan: Tasleema Langoo (Blog Of Navdeep Singh Dhillon)

    Muslim Performing Kirtan? Posted by Navdeep On November - 27 - 2010 Related thread is http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/sikh-sikhi-sikhism/32388-muslim-teenager-kashmir-performs-teaches-kirtan.html Photos: Guru Nanak Dev Ji with Bhai Mardana, Muslim rababi Tasleema Langoo teaching performing...
  19. spnadmin

    Saas Giraas Simran: What Is The Historical Evidence?

    I have heard of Saas Giraas simran. What is the historical evidence or origins of this? Some people use "Saas Giraas simran" and "Swaas Swaas simran" interchangeably. Commonly people say "Saas Giraas", but "Saas" = breath, "Giraas" = morsel of food... i.e. to remember God with every breath...
  20. spnadmin

    The Ideas Of Sikhs (Nikky-Gurinder Kaur Singh From Stephen Riddle's Blog)

    The Ideals of the Sikhs I read broadly in matters religious and find much to admire in the faiths of the world. Most particularly, I find the convergence of certain themes in faith quite provocative. I draw these reflections from one of a very nice series on world religions. This one Sikhism...