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  1. IJSingh

    Sikhi VAND CHHAKNA: The Sikh Way Of Sharing & Caring

    If asked to provide a Cliff Notes version of the Sikh way of life -- the pitch to be no longer than a short “elevator ride,” I think most Sikhs would opt for the popular triad: Naam japna, Kirt karni, Vand chhakna. To wit, an honestly lived life with its bounties cheerfully shared with the...
  2. E

    Sharing A Bit About My Journey Into Sikhi

    Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh. Aristotle Ji suggested I post about my journey and I'm happy to share, I believe this is the right forum for it... This is the description I wrote recently on the website for my comic (Super Sikh), and I think it is a good starting point for...
  3. R

    Legal Sharing Passwords With Spouse Is Risky

    Wait before you leap! Share everything with your caring spouse except details of your online accounts, especially if she is a techie. In the first reported case of its kind in the country, a wife hacked the e-mail account of her estranged husband with the help of her two tech-savvy...
  4. spnadmin

    Heritage Sharing The History Of South Asian Immigration

    This article is part of community-wide centennial celebrations honouring the building of the National Historic Site Gur Sikh Temple (est. 1911). It was submitted by Navneet Sidhu from the Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies at the University of the Fraser Valley. Immigration restrictions for the...
  5. N

    General Concept Of Jhoot (re: Jootha Food)

    Hello everyone, I wanted to see people views on the concept of jhoot. To prevent ambiguity let's be clear that the 'jhoot' I refer to is the one often associated with cleanliness and food hygiene. By that I mean that 'jhoot' is food that has been eaten by someone else, food that is...
  6. Aman Singh

    How Gurbani Distinguishes Between Sharing By Talk Vs. Sharing Experience

    Learning and earning by oneself gives one a rare eligibility to walk on the Divine Path of the soul, or spiritual evolution; Naam Japna is not mere repetition of words (chanting) rather it is obeying what the word according to Gurbani says. As a flower distributes its smell, so is what the...
  7. Mai Harinder Kaur

    Living The Shabad Guru : My Thoughts And Feelings

    Preface: Most of us have had this experience. A shabad enters our mind and stays there as we repeat, listen, feel, think about its meaning for us. We may have heard that shabad at the Gurudwara Sahib; or came across it while studying. Perhaps it is a personal favorite. An Invitation To Share The...
  8. S

    Sikh News Punjab Govt Moves SC Over Sharing Of River Water With Neighbours (Indian Express Via

    The Punjab Government today filed a civil suit in the Supreme Court to keep its control over the waters of rivers Ravi, Beas and Sutlej. The petition, filed under Article 131 of the Constitution, challenges the distribution of the river water to Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jammu &...
  9. Archived_Member16

    Sharing - Dasvand

    “You hear a lot of strange things about tithing ( dasvandh in Sikhism ). Some say it is a church ( religious ) tax, and they expect me to pay it and that is the end of it. Others say that when I give God one-tenth of my income, He blesses the nine-tenths that is left to the extent that the...
  10. S

    Fewer Admit To P2P File Sharing (NewsFactor)

    NewsFactor - Maybe it is the iPod factor, or maybe it is merely the result of the widely circulated reports of P2P users getting slapped with lawsuits, but a recent study shows that the numbers of people who admit to using such Web sites is declining...
  11. S

    File Sharing Graduates To IPods (TechWeb)

    TechWeb - A recent survey found that some 19% of those who download audio and video files--about 7 million adults--admit to having downloaded files from someone else's iPod or MP3 player...
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