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  1. seekingsikhi

    Pride And Balance

    Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh Sangat ji, A couple of weeks ago I took a very important test for getting into school. I did well on it. So well in fact that my ahankaar nearly got the best of me and I almost made a couple of bad decisions. I wanted to celebrate, and not without...
  2. Gurmat Vichaar | Ahankaar, Pride | Part 2 - April 18, 2016

    Gurmat Vichaar | Ahankaar, Pride | Part 2 - April 18, 2016

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxO2lU6EZ2g Bhai Sarbjit Singh Dhunda at Gurdwara Singh Sabha of Tulare County, Visalia
  3. Gurmat Vichaar | Ahankaar | Pride | Part 1 - April 17, 2016

    Gurmat Vichaar | Ahankaar | Pride | Part 1 - April 17, 2016

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvq9NMdew5c Bhai Sarbjit Singh Dhunda at Gurdwara Singh Sabha of Tulare County, Visalia
  4. spnadmin

    Humility Is Not

    This article intrigued me; it provoked some thought about whether humility is the absence of pride. Many questions followed. Is humility expressed in our deeds or in our words? Is humility the cultivation of self-abasement? Is humility always a good thing in every circumstance. Is humility...
  5. Ishna

    Head Coverings: For Faith, For Respect, For Pride [female Perspective]

    Women of different faiths and cultural backgrounds speak about why they chose to wear head coverings. http://video.seattletimes.com/1817581462001/ Seattle Times
  6. Ambarsaria

    Pride, Body Depravation, Fake Practices Are No Use: Blessed Understand Creator

    A wonderful Shabad for discourse. My understanding in Red and as always I stand corrected. Sat Sri Akal.
  7. Admin

    Japan World Cup Soccer Victory Helps Rebuild National Pride

    Chants of "Nippon!" or "Japan" echoed throughout Tokyo in the early morning hours, as the Japanese women's national team twice came from behind to force a shootout that they won to capture the country's first World Cup title. The victory, in which they outscored the United States 3-1 in the...
  8. Archived_Member16

    India CWG Organisers Have No Sense Of National Pride

    CWG organisers have no sense of national pride IANS Saturday, 25 September 2010 By Amulya Ganguli A sporting extravaganza is more than just a matter of fun and games. Hitler was one of the first to realise that a successful event can burnish a country's image, especially after a...
  9. spnadmin

    Pride Of India Award Given To U.K.'s First Sikh

    Sir Mota Singh, the United Kingdom's first Sikh and Asian judge, knighted by Queen Elizabeth II earlier this year, received the ‘Pride of India Award' 2009, instituted by the India International Foundation (IIF). Indian High Commissioner Nalin Surie presented the trophy at the 6th annual...
  10. spnadmin

    India Pride Of Tying Turbans: Crowns For The Commoner

    Folded or twisted like a rope and tied in a myriad ways around the head, with interesting regional and individual variations, the turban worn by the Indian male is much more than a headgear. An unstitched length of cloth, its style of tying concedes details of the wearer — that could...
  11. spnadmin

    Success Of Politicians Inspires Pride And Concern

    When Barry Goldwater mounted his campaign for the White House in 1964, the Jewish humorist Harry Golden took notice. “I always knew the first Jewish president of the United States,” Mr. Golden put it, “would be an Episcopalian.” On the surface, Mr. Golden was simply stating a...
  12. Admin

    Pride & Dignity

    Pride & Dignity by NICOLA WILLIAMS Jagmohan Singh didn't have to choose between his dream job and honouring his religion. The Howick (New Zealand) constable is one of three in the country to wear a turban as part of the police uniform. Jagmohan's Sikh religion would have...
  13. spnadmin

    Sir Mota Singh Grabs 'Pride Of Sikh Community' Award

    Sir Mota Singh grabs 'Pride of Sikh Community' award fullstory London, May 2 (PTI)[/B] Sir Mota Singh QC, first Indian-origin Sikh to be knighted this year by the Queen for his services to the administration of justice in the UK, has been chosen for the Pride of Sikh Community Award...
  14. spnadmin

    Turban, A Matter Of Pride And Honour

    Turban, a matter of pride and honour by Roopinder Singh The Tribune, Chandigarh, India - Opinions PRIDE and honour make a potent potion and the turban evokes these feelings in those Sikhs who wear a turban. People have been wearing turbans since time immemorial and you find...
  15. spnadmin

    Honor Killing Worldwide: At The Rate Of 5000/year, Killers Often Speak With Pride

    Honor" Killings Culture of Discrimination: A Fact Sheet on "Honor" Killings Honor Killings fact sheet (PDF) Ankara, Turkey -Ignoring the pleas of his 14-year old daughter to spare her life, Mehmet Halitogullari pulled on a wire wrapped around her neck and strangled her - supposedly to restore...
  16. K

    Sikh News Dr . Harshinder Kaur:Wins Pride Of Punjabi’ Award At Parliament Of New South Wales

    FATEHGARH SAHIB: A Patiala based pediatrician Dr Harshinder Kaur was honoured at Parliament of New South Wales(NSW) by Leader of the House John Aquilina with ‘Pride of Punjabi’ award for her social service towards humanity, creating awareness about female feticide at the world level and...
  17. Astroboy

    Human Pride, Divine Pride

    Human Pride, Divine Pride " My human pride feels that I can do everything. My divine pride, the pride that has surrendered itself to the Will of God, knows that I can do everything only when I am inspired, guided, and helped by the Supreme. My human pride wants the world to understand...
  18. Astroboy

    Pride And Humility

    Pride and Humility explained:- In general, pride and humility do oppose each other, but only when applied in the same respect. One can be proud of his success while humble when looking at the path left to travel. Likewise, it seems rational to be proud of one's strengths while being humble about...
  19. S

    Sikh News Reinstate Punjab's Lost Pride, Says PAU V-C (Indian Express Via Yahoo! India News)

    "Unless everyone gets sufficient food to eat, there will be no peace in the world," said Punjab Agricultural University Vice-Chancellor Dr Manjit Singh Kang at a panel discussion on 'Punjab's lost pride: what should be done?' organised by NGO Kadam today. He stressed that the investing in...