About: Aquarian Sevadars

Aquarian Sevadar: Guru Simran Kaur Khalsa – Food 4 Kids (New Mexico)

Doing Seva is not about recognition, awards, or praise. It’s about doing it quietly, and then going on with the rest of your life. This is a part of developing our Neutral Mind. Seva is completely selfless service. It's not easy. You don't get any worldly rewards, and that's what makes it perfect. That's true
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Millis Ashram Opens Curbside Food Pantry for All

Sikh Dharma of Massachusetts recently opened a new pick-up food pantry in Millis. “We’d been thinking about doing this  for a long time, and in the spring, when COVID came, we decided to start. We hope to serve the larger community, and we’re hoping to expand this, to go out into the community to feed
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Aquarian Sevadar: Simrat Kaur – CURASER (Brazil)

Seva is really just you going there to help. If you start from there, the universe will take your hand and meet you there and go with you. People will come and join with you to bring a project to life, and things can start to grow. Don’t start only when you have everything all together, everything perfect. Start with something
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Aquarian Sevadar: Sonny Kakar – SevaTruck

SevaTruck is a free meal food truck. We are a nonprofit serving fresh, nutritious, vegetarian meals to local communities in need in the greater Washington D.C. area. SevaTruck has established long-term partnerships with Title I schools and other organizations offering services to underserved youth. We also serve veterans and other children and families that need
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3H0 Luminary: Tammy Foster (Tej Inder Kaur) – Costa Rica

Tej Inder Kaur is one of the only teachers in a small beach village of Costa Rica, where she hosts women's circles and workshops regularly to support the community.  She also actively works as a doula bringing the teachings of Kundalini Yoga to pregnant and postpartum mothers.
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