FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Alas ... if the Sikhs had such an International spiritual /religious leader with "vision, foresight and great communications" skills!
Diversity can be a force for good in the world
By The Aga Khan, Special...
No Noose Is Good News
Ranjit Devraj - Inter Press Agency - October 14, 2010
NEW DELHI, Oct 14 (IPS) - Campaigners against the death penalty in India are hopeful that a series of commutations of hanging sentences to life imprisonment this month will add up to a trend...
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Posted by RP Singh on 07 6th, 2010
Many years ago, I attended a demonstration where thousands of Sikhs gathered in the city. Onlookers were curious as to who we were and why we had gathered. As I was handing out...
August 24, 2010
Waheguru Ji, Why do you keep me away from sangat? It always seems that the world has an access to Good Sangat but I am by myself. I struggle to search for you, to meet you but no one reaches out to help me, to encourage me. Why am I so lonely? The path to becoming a Sikh can...
Why Building the Mosque is Good for America!
--> Where can the Muslim community center be built in NYC?
To me, the answer is the same as if you asked me where a church, a synagogue, a Sikh temple or any place of worship in the US can be built. To paraphrase...
I just checked the Alexa rank of this board http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/sikhphilosophy.net# and it looks like quite a lot of people come here, does anyone know how many "unique visitors" the board gets every day?
Just want you opinions on whether or not you can be a good Sikh in this World since the is so corrupt that being good may crush you by those who are corrupt.
Do you think that you should have all the good traits of a SIkh but also bad traits to help you succeed in this world?
By Balpreet Singh, The Ottawa Citizen July 11, 2010
Balpreet Sinh is legal counsel and acting executive director for the World Sikh Organization of Canada.
The key benefits of living a life in conformity with Sikh beliefs are twofold: understanding and fulfilment.
In March 2009, the American Psychiatric Association announced that it would phase out pharmaceutical funding of continuing medical education seminars and meals at its conventions. However, the decision came only after years of controversial exposure of its conflict of interest with the...
I am trying to broaden my arguably limited cooking abilities. Does anyone have a good recipe for yellow daal that can be made in a slow cooker? Please keep in mind that I also have limited ingredients. Here are the spices I have access to currently:
A Good Man
by T. SHER SINGH
I need to get something off my chest.
I've been carrying it for for 14 years now ... not as a burden, but as a promise I gave him to keep it a secret.
But I think it's time to talk about it ... and I hope he will not mind.
It was in 1996, if I remember...
One Woman. 365 Days to do good.
Julia Moulden: One Woman, 365 Days to Do Good
Betty Londergan went to see Julie & Julia, the delicious movie about Julia Child and blogger Julie Powell. That night, as she was falling asleep, she wondered what she would blog about for an entire year...
Alcohol good for heart? Not really
Tribune News Service
First-ever study in India dispels alcohol myths
No evidence to suggest alcohol is good for the Indian heart
Avoid sudden and excess...
Doing Good Has Its Rewardsby Mary Teresa Bitti
The idea behind RivInt Interpretation and Translation Services was to let the community know new immigrants had a huge asset: language.
Sunder Kaur Singh was a business consultant at the South Riverdale Community Health...
Are there any good Sikh "missionary" colleges? I mean colleges for training new Sikh granthis, raagis, and preachers, etc. I could only find a few, and I really have no idea which one is best.
I know three: 1) Sikh Missionary College, 2) Gurmat Gian Missionary College, and 3) Shahid Sikh...
Any change in religious practice, organization, or belief is religious innovation. Religious innovation is seen as a departure from traditionalism. Some people believe religious innovation is inevitable because there is a permanent tension between belief in the unchanging nature of tradition...