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    Judaism How The Jewel Gets In

    Editor's note: There is a great Jewish tradition to dedicate the 29 days in the month of Elul to study and prepare for the coming high holy days. The time is supposed to challenge us to use each day as an opportunity for growth and discovery. On each of the 29 days of Elul, performer Craig...
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    Heritage Jewel In The East – By Rupinder Kaur

    Jewel in the East – By Rupinder Kaur August 25th, 2010 <link href="http://www.sikhfoundation.org/wp-content/themes/monochrome-pro/style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"> Gurdwara Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib Ji Dhubri, Assam. Dhubri, a small town near...
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    Controversial India Rebuffed On Request For Crown Jewel

    India rebuffed on request for crown jewel <SMALL>India Gazette Friday 30th July, 2010 </SMALL><SMALL> </SMALL><SMALL></SMALL> <SMALL></SMALL> <SMALL></SMALL> The British government has refused to consider returning the jewel in the British monarch's crown. In an emphatic rebuff to India...
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    Jewel Of Bliss (Sukhmani)

    Waheguru ji ka khalsa Waheguru ji ki fateh Please read this article, especially the 'Summary of the message' a table summarising the message of the 24 Astpadis in the Sukhmani Sahib Source: Jewel of peace - SikhiWiki, free Sikh encyclopedia. Waheguru ji ka khalsa Waheguru ji ki fateh
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    Gurbani: 'Naam' And The Ways To Recieve 'This Jewel'

    The True Name is the Ambrosial Nectar; no one can describe it. The Gift of 'Naam' is in the Hands of the Great Giver. At the Guru's Door, in the Gurdwara, it is received. No Other Way- One has to surrender his/her mind and body to the Guru's Will, and has to accept God and Guru- the...
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    Spiritual Digest: (1) Life As A Jewel (2) Divine Virtues

    FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Life As A Jewel One afternoon Guru Nanak and his company were resting on the banks of the Ganges at Patna. Mardana was idly inspecting a stone he had picked up along the road, thinking of the vast throngs who had come to hear the Guru. "Master," said Mardana, "you teach a...