Posts Tagged "grace"

How to make decisions in life?

Posted by on Jan 6, 2011 in Article | 0 comments

Sometimes I write to explain. Today I’m writing to express. It’s always an interesting decision. Do we go with what other people who we love and respect are telling us, or do we follow our own gut, our own mind. What about if both decisions are in direct conflict? If we follow our own mind, we run the risk of denying the sound advice of our elders and then making big mistakes which we’re fully responsible for. If we follow those who we love and respect, we run the risk of not choosing our own life and living in regret. How does one decide what is the right or wrong thing to...

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Quote of the Day – Grace

Posted by on Jan 5, 2011 in Happiness, Quote | 0 comments

“Having grace and bringing grace to all situations brings health, happiness and prosperity” By Guru’s Grace – 05/01/2011

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Quote of the Day – Human Being

Posted by on Jan 3, 2011 in Quote | 0 comments

“You must earn your karma, you must earn your grace, you must earn your right to be called a human being” By Guru’s Grace

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Why I Am A Sikh?

Posted by on Jul 8, 2010 in Article, God, Poetry, Sikh Dharma | 1 comment

I am a Sikh, a learner and a seeker of Truth. Learning to be a better human being in every moment of every day and seeking the Truth within. I do not believe in anything, I instead know through experience. My core values are honesty in living, sharing with and serving those in need, and daily meditation. This is my way of life. My Guru is the Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, the Word, the eternal Master of Light, which inspires, guides and lights my life. The Guru is the complete living consciousness of perfect poetry, melody, meter, rhythm and rhyme. This is the source of my life. Poetry for me is...

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My Journey on the road towards Sikh Dharma

Posted by on Feb 18, 2009 in Article, Consciousness, God, New Life Awakening, Spirituality | 0 comments

I was born a Sikh, and brought up with uncut hair and Punjabi was my first language, even before English. My parents were traditional Sikhs and as a family we used to go to Gurdwara every Sunday, even though we were never told why. My parents used to read a lot of Gurbani and as children, me and my brother would often imitate them and read the Mool Mantar, the root chant, which is the beginning of the Sikh Scriptures, the Shri Guru Granth Sahib. We had a very happy childhood, our parents never forced anything on us and me and my brother Onkardeep would just play so many various interesting...

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