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Ravinder Singh Taneja



Ravinder currently lives in Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A. and has an abiding interest in expressing Gurbani in the English idiom. He is the Founder and Convenor of our weekly Talking Stick Colloquium.

In the Beginning Was ... The Apple!
The Talking Stick Colloquium # 65 Convenor: RAVINDER SINGH

By slapping a rainbow on the very “archetype of human fallenness and failure,” says a biographer, Steve Jobs transformed a negative Christian religious symbol - the bitten fruit - into a “sign of promise and progress.”

My Guru & I: A Spiral Journey
The Talking Stick Colloquium # 64 by RAVINDER SINGH

The language was very foreign to me, quite unlike the colloquial Punjabi I was used to. The idiom, rooted as it is in the agricultural landscape of the Punjab, was just as unfamiliar.

Sehaj: The State of Equipoise
The Talking Stick Colloquium # 63 Convenor: RAVINDER SINGH

The experiencer of sehaj finds a natural, stable and effortless centeredness, marked by a sense of transcendental tranquility, creativity and bliss.

What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas: The Talking Stick Colloquium #62 Convenor: RAVINDER SINGH

My wife and I were in for a surprise. When the curtain opened, at least fifty beautiful women in exotic costumes sailed onto the stage - topless!

The Work Ethic: Waheguru-Centered & Purpose-Driven
The Talking Stick Colloquium #61 Convenor: RAVINDER SINGH

Being centered in Waheguru while striving ceaselessly in the world is a tightrope act that requires us to constantly hold the tension between being carried away and becoming a recluse.

Jugat - The Know-How of Living:
The Talking Stick Colloquium # 60 Convenor: RAVINDER SINGH

In a rat race, frantically looking for the next best thing, the silver bullet, the magical formula to grow rich, to stay young, to be
famous, to be successful...?

In The World, Yet Unworldly
The Talking Stick Colloquium # 59 Convenor: RAVINDER SINGH

The genius of the Sikh Gurus lay in their ability to borrow indigenous terminology and invest it with a different - and deeper - meaning.

The Talking Stick Colloquium #58 Convenor: RAVINDER SINGH

There is striking similarity in Guru Nanak’s delineation of human life and Erik Erikson’s so-called epigenetic principle, the notion of a predetermined unfolding of our personalities.

The Razor Edge
The Talking Stick Colloquium # 56 Convenor: RAVINDER SINGH

Our cẖāo for a game is proportional to how we see the game: if too challenging, we are likely to be overwhelmed; if too simple, we are likely to get bored.

The Game of Love
The Talking Stick Colloquium # 55 Convenor: RAVINDER SINGH TANEJA

Guru Gobind Singh’s “jin prem keeyo tin hi prabh paayo” - "Only those who have loved will find God!" - reinforces Guru Nanak’s message that love is the way to God, that only those who know love, know God.

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