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  1. Archived_Member16

    Food For Thought: "I Created You"

    "I Created You " One day, as usually, an orphan, a little girl, stood at the street corner begging for food, money or whatever she could get. Now, this girl was wearing very tattered clothes, was dirty and quite dishevelled. A well-to-do you man passed that corner without giving the girl a...
  2. dalsingh

    I Thought This Was Cool

    Shame Singh couldn't defend himself though........sava lakh and all that http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=152020544607777348&pl=true
  3. Archived_Member16

    Food For Thought: BE A GIVER !

    Learn how to carry a friendship greatly, whether or not it is returned. Why should one regret if the receiver is not equally generous? It never troubles the sun that some of his rays fall wide and vain into ungrateful space, and only a small part on the reflecting planet. Let your greatness...
  4. Archived_Member16

    Food For Thought: "Pray & Meditation" !

    Pray and Meditation We have to be quiet in order to listen. We always talk and God has no chance to tell us. So the prayer is the talking, the demand; and meditation is the listening. Most people just keep praying all the time or always make noise or always talk, and God has no chance to...
  5. Archived_Member16

    Food For Thought: COURAGE

    Courage by: Owen Waters - InfiniteBeing.com Courage is a product of higher purpose. Courage conquers the fear of pain, of loss of life or the loss of a loved one. With higher purpose, you gain the power to spring into action and achieve your mission despite any fear that you may feel...
  6. Archived_Member16

    Food For Thought: LOVE !

    Love Unconditional, holistic love is the answer to all of life’s challenges. We are here on Earth to learn how to love ourselves and others. We are here to accept ourselves and others completely, and without judgment. At this point, some people may ask, “Are you supposed to love someone who is...
  7. Archived_Member16

    Food For Thought: TRUE RELIGION

    FOOD FOR THOUGHT: True Religion: by Robert Green Ingersoll To love justice. To long for the right. To love mercy. To pity the suffering. To assist the weak. To forget wrongs and remember benefits. To love truth. To be sincere. To utter honest words. To love liberty. To...
  8. Archived_Member16

    Seeds Of Thought

    Seeds of thought Plant the seed of a thought in your mind and it quickly takes root. Nurture that seed as the days and months go along, and it will grow into something substantial. In this moment, and in every moment, you can choose what to put into your mind. And whatever you...
  9. L

    Interesting Thought…

    Interesting thought… By Bindy Bains The other day, I asked another sikh a question, “How do we spread sikhi to the world?” The response I got back was “Sikhs don’t convert others, people will find it out by themselves in time.” Now, this really got my brain going, I thought about it...
  10. Archived_Member16

    Food For Thought !

    Avoid the crowd. Do your own thinking independently. Be the chess player, not the chess piece. - Ralph Charell
  11. devinesanative

    Transcript Of This Morning's Talk On 'Pause For Thought' With Terry Wogan

    Transcript of this morning's talk on 'Pause for Thought' with Terry Wogan on BBC Radio 2 Pause For Thought 21-10-05 Dr Indarjit Singh Terry, we’ve had some wonderful contributions for ‘Faith in the World Week’ , and I’d like to end the week slightly differently: with a little history...
  12. Archived_Member16

    Seeds Of Thought

    Seeds of thought Thoughts of anger attract more anger. Thoughts of goodness attract more goodness. Thoughts of accomplishment enable you to see that accomplishment in every detail. And whatever you can see, you can find a way to be. Thoughts of peace truly make you more peaceful. And that...
  13. Archived_Member16

    Food For Thought!

    Food for thought: A man told his grandson: "A terrible fight is going on inside me -- a fight between two wolves. One is evil, and represents hate, anger, arrogance, intolerance, and superiority . The other is good, and represents joy, peace, love, tolerance, understanding, humility, kindness...
  14. Archived_Member16

    Food For Thought: - SIKH VALUES !

    FOOD FOR THOUGHT - SIKH VALUES ! Belief in One God — Sikhs view life as an interconnected whole. All human beings are equal and alike in front of God. Equality of man and woman — Sikh men have last name of "Singh" and the women of "Kaur". Equality of all Mankind regardless of Race...
  15. Archived_Member16

    Food For Thought - "know Thyself" !

    What do you seek, O Pilgrim on the Path? “Liberation from pain and freedom from all suffering.” The answer to thy quest is already in thy heart. Listen, O Pilgrim, to the whispering of thy Soul . . . “Know thyself . . . for in thyself is found ALL there is to be known.” — from the Records of Wisdom
  16. S

    Just Thought Of A Little Thing We Could Do For Our SPN Members

    Set up a gurbani mp3 request form. They request a shabad, or singer, we find the shabad and send it to them somehow. I just thought of this idea after I posted a request lol It would be a minor thing, make it easier for the people that dont have the time to search...we'll search for them...
  17. Archived_Member16

    Mantra And Thought

    Mantra and Thought A Mantra is different from a thought in the following respects. A Thought is a vibration that comes from the lower plane of nature ... But A Mantra is a vibration that comes from the higher plane of nature. A Thought has always a meaning ... Whereas A Mantra...
  18. Archived_Member16

    Food For Thought - Be A "giver" !

    There is a wonderful mythical law of nature that the three things we crave most in life - happiness, freedom and peace of mind - are always attained by giving them to someone else. Peyton Conway March
  19. Archived_Member16

    Food For Thought !

    Two Wolves A Native American grandfather was talking to his grandson about how he felt....... He said, "I feel as if I have two wolves fighting in my heart. One wolf is the vengeful, angry, violent one. The other wolf is the loving, compassionate one." The grandson asked him, "Which wolf...
  20. Archived_Member16

    Food For Thought !

    At the center of the universe is a loving heart that continues to beat and that wants the best for every person. Anything we can do to help foster the intellect and spirit and emotional growth of our fellow human beings, that is our job. Those of us who have this particular vision must...