Posts tagged: seva

Guru Ram Das Chetna Yatra

Awakening to the Love of Guru Ram Das ji Join us October 4th through 10th for a seva yatra in the Punjab to celebrate Guru Ram Das ji’s birthday. Chetna is a beautiful word that means “awaken.” This yatra will be a trip of seva and devotion to awaken the love of Guru Ram Das in the sangat and
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A DREAM OF SERVICE

by SS Sat Bachan Kaur Khalsa, Española NM, from the SDI Ministry Summer 2017 Newsletter “Your reliability will give people the courage to trust you. Their trust will give you the power to carry a situation. A leader carries and serves people. Learn to lead as a ‘seva;’ people will love you, and you will
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JOURNEY INTO THE HEART OF SEVA

“We as humans are supposed to live for each other and that is seva.” —The Siri Singh Sahib (January 31, 1993) The second project calls for the students to serve in their greater community, either individually or in partnership with other groups. As Sikhs, we have certain traditional ways of serving, organizing, and protecting that
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SEVA FROM THE HEART

by SS Har Nal Kaur Khalsa, Espanola NM, shared in the SDI Ministry Summer 2017 Newsletter Real seva comes from the heart: “Out of love you give selflessly to those who ask and those who don’t ask. When you are a giver, then your faculty and God’s faculty become the same. That is divinity.”—The
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An Experience of Seva at the Darbar Sahib

Written by HarKiren Kaur, Courtesy of Sikhnet The below text is a funny and illustrated description shared by Harkiren Kaur from Malaysia about some of her experiences doing seva at Harimandir Sahib and being a Sikh woman.  It is from 2006. "I think I’ve mentioned that I have joined the school (Miri Piri Academy) in Amritsar
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Los Angeles Baisakhi 2014

Espanola, New Mexico Sangat Members, Sat Kirtan Kaur and Siri Sadhana Singh share inspiring words on their experiences of seva at the Los Angeles Baisakhi Day Celebration. Sat Kirtan Kaur Baisakhi is my favorite event of the year. While I deeply love Solstice, White Tantric Yoga days and the Guru Ram Das
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