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The Great Cooking Pot

We are living in a time of turmoil for Mother Earth. The planet we call home is facing the extinction of species, deforestation, climate change, rising sea levels and many other problems. These problems are a result of the way modern society exploits the earth and her resources – the way we relate to the
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Isht Sodhana Mantra Kriya

The Isht Sodhana Mantra is a perfect mantra for the Earth energy. It connects the Earth and the vastness of the ether and projects it from the heart. It is done with visualization. It makes you present, calls on your highest spirit, keeps you humble and effective on your new ventures, and attracts opportunities for
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Can Trees Grow Overnight?

This timely story, inspired by the pressing environmental concerns and global warming of our planet, takes a spiritual activist approach and tells of a young girl’s devotion and the divine guidance that came to her from God along with the miracles that followed when she combined faith with action.
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Sikhism and Ecological Issues

The great earth, with its many life forms, is the “Dharam Khand,” the realm where balanced, responsible and righteous living should be practiced. In Sikhi, the purpose of human life on earth is to see and experience the Creator Being in nature (kudrat) and to serve both.
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Sikhism and the Environment

The importance of Air, Water and Earth to life are emphasized over and over again in the Sri Guru Granth Sahib. The earth is referred to as the mother and as such requires the our respect. Great care needs to be taken to ensure that no damage occurs to it while the Sikh is going
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Video: Sikhs and Environmental Consciousness

Should Sikhs be environmentally conscious? The answer is as human beings we should be environmentally conscious. We are polluting our home, and no animal does that. For now we only have one planet so we have to start taking care of it. 
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