On October 12, as the world celebrated Global Dignity Day - which stresses on the right of each individual to live a life dignity - so did students of...
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There is a small red structure inside the Mochi Gate of Lahore, one of the 13 historical gateways into the walled city. Painted red, the structure now...
As fishes are at one with the waves of the river, So was the Guru, immersed in the River of the Lord: As the moth submits itself to the flame, So was the Guru's light merged with the Divine.
On this Thanksgiving Day, why would I feel thankful for the martyrdom of a spiritual lighthouse -- a Guru? His sacrifice underlines one of the most fundamental principles of human existence: ensuring the right of everyone to breathe free.
Despite the horrific killing of Guru Arjan, when Sikhs take to the streets today, they will serve with prayer and humility, practicing the Guru's teaching: "There is no enemy, and none is a stranger."
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