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Know the Lowest, Aim for the Highest

Know the Lowest, Aim for the Highest

I moved to Espanola, New Mexico when I was 30 years old. The Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan, was still alive then. I consider it an extraordinary blessing that I had a chance to work for him in the last years of his life. As a teacher, Yogi Bhajan would sometimes put his students in […]

Love and Shadow Boxing: Part 1

Love and Shadow Boxing: Part 1

Love. We all long for it. We spend our lives in a conscious (or subconscious) search for it. Yet, many of us do not understand love. We do not understand what it is, how it works or what to do with it when we find it. The Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan, once described love […]

No one Knows what a Sikh Looks Like?

No one Knows what a Sikh Looks Like?

Today I watched a video that some students made from quick impromptu interview sessions with students on the Campus of Sul Ross State University (Texas, USA). They made the video in preparation for a Sikh Awareness Day project that their organization (the College Democrats of Sul Ross) are hosting April 18th 2012.  Watching the video […]

ACT – Don’t React…

ACT – Don’t React…

Last night I was trying to go to sleep early so  I could wake up refreshed in Amritvela to Meditate, and just kept sitting watching/reading the flood of twitter posts (particularly #Rajoana #IPledgeOrange ) finding it hard to put away my iPhone and go to sleep. There was (still is) a constant stream from Sikhs […]

The Role of the Teacher

The Role of the Teacher

by SS Guru Amrit Singh Khalsa, Herndon, VA About 10 years ago I was at the fall Khalsa Council meeting in Espanola, New Mexico.  The Siri Singh Sahib was talking about the role of the Council and how it is our responsibility to deliver the Dharma to the future. Then he said (and I am sure […]

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