We have all been taught that Maya is money. After all, it is a simple translation.
Maya is in fact, anything that has gotten a hold of you. Cigarettes, drugs, alcohol. In my case, it was astrology.
And once it reigns its hold on you, it will do anything to keep you in your place...
Event on Sikh ways of life in the US to have several such champions
AMRITSAR: He is a political cartoonist, but on occasions, he transforms into 'Sikh Captain America', a costumed soldier with a traditional head wrap who fights bigotry and champions cultural understanding through public...
Lately in my real and online lives, I've been having trouble with people and friends. Maybe it's some alignment of the stars, I don't know, but so many people are prickly these days.
It's taken me many years to develop a more laid-back attitude to life and my dealings with people. In the...
Dalai Lama’s Lessons for New Grads on Global Responsibility and Compassion
Who better to provide inspiration...
Its A very short documentary which shows how a lioness actually adopts its prey from which we HUMANS can learn and to which we HUMANS are indifferent of love and compassion
MUST WATCH: A Lioness Adopts a baby antelope. A short documentary that will open your eyes. - YouTube
Do animals have a soul?
What is your opinion?
Why do many sikhs eat meat?
I have read a lovely book by Sardar Joginder Singh Talwara
which states extract from Gurbani where eating Meat
is prohibited. If you want a copy of this in English or Punjabi
I have this in PDF form and I can e mail...
Editorial Intern, HuffPost Religion
Karen Armstrong began her recent talk at the New York Public Library by illustrating the centrality of the Golden Rule in the Abrahamic faiths with a traditional story of Rabbi Hillel.
When asked by a Gentile to explain the entirety of...
For Tejwant Singh Malik
The anniversary of 9/11 reminds us why we need the Charter for Compassion. It should be an annual summons to compassionate action. The need is especially apparent this year. In the United States, we have witnessed an upsurge of anti-Muslim feeling that violates the...
The World's Cup runneth over with compassion
By Peter Storey
former Methodist bishop, South Africa
Right now there is no happier or noisier place in the world than South Africa, with the smiles of all - black, white and brown - as wide as they were in 1994 when Nelson...
Compassion and Faith - A true story:
The Littlest Firefighter
The 26-year-old mother stared down at her son who was dying of terminal leukemia. Although her heart was filled with sadness, she also had a strong feeling of determination. Like any parent she wanted her son togrow up and...
Daya - Compassion: One is Made of Many
by T. BYRAM KARASU
The historian Joseph Campbell says, "Compassion for me is just what the word says; it is 'suffering with.' It is an immediate participation in the suffering of another to such a degree...
Bhagat Puran Singh Ji with Piara
Daya - Compassion:
One is Made of Many
by T. BYRAM KARASU
The historian Joseph Campbell says, "Compassion for me is just what the word says; it is 'suffering with.' It is an immediate participation in the suffering of another to such a degree that you...
Compassion for our fellow human beings is the key to happiness
By The Dalai Lama, Special to the Sun - September 25, 2009
One great question underlies our experience, whether we...
As a young child Sri (Guru) Har Rai Sahib Ji was running in the flower garden at Kiratpur Sahib. He was wearing a baggy cloak. While running the cloak he brushed passed some flowers, thus the flowers were damaged.
With love and compassion, Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji, the seventh Guru jis...
Meditation can lead to greater compassion: study
Mar. 27 2008
CTV.ca News Staff
It seems that people can acquire the ability to feel emotions such as kindness and compassion, just...
Father of seven brings home abandoned infant
Ludhiana, August 30
Poverty did not deter this man from embracing a few-hour-old girl, who was all set to be devoured by stray dogs. The girl child was abandoned by her biological parents and left on Basti Jodhewal Road here last midnight.
An old man was sitting in the courtyard of his house along with his son who had received high education. Suddenly a crow perched on a wall of the house. The father asked the son: What is this? The son replied: It is a crow. After a little while the father again asked the son: What is this...