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Sikhi's Green Philosophy:
Pavan-Guru Paani-Pita Maata-Dharat
by JASMEET KAUR SIDHU
As a Sikh-Canadian, I loved the idea of enaging members of my faith into the climate change discussion.
Dawn to Dusk:
A Day in the Life of a Granthi
by MERVYN DYKES
For Giani Sarindar Singh and Giani Manjeet Singh, the days can be long because the gurdwara never closes.
Daya - Compassion:
One is Made of Many
by T. BYRAM KARASU
Without any hesitation, the elderly Sikh gave him fifteen rupees.
The Joy of Less by PICO IYER
There was always some higher position I could attain ... which meant I was guaranteed never to arrive and always to remain dissatisfied.
In Sikhi, Superstitions Will Get You Nowhere by HARJINDER SINGH
Sadly, many are sliding back into the very same superstitions and rituals which were expressly rejected by the Gurus.
The Day My Skin Came Off by SONNY SINGH
I try to put my dastaar back on, but it's too windy. Eventually, I get it on messily.
The Singh Song(h)
or Singh: Reclaiming My Roots,
and My Name
by SONNY SINGH
I have dropped my last name as a concrete way of getting rid of all caste association at the personal level.
Asa ki Var:
A SikhRI Seminar
by MANJYOT KAUR
We realized that we often have "a relationship with things, but not with the Giver of these things."
Prayer: The Highest Common Denominator by LESLIE
I imagine that the script in my prayerbook was just as unintelligible to him as his was to me.
Guru Nanak and Tibetan Buddhism by TARUNGPA TULKU
Most Tibetans know that Guru Nanak visited Tibet, and the mystical ideas of our two religions are very similar.