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#64 Summer 2017 Newsletter

The theme of our Summer issue is seva. We invited Sikh Dharma Ministers to reflect on the concept of seva as taught by the Sikh Gurus and exemplified by the Tenth Master (Radiant Body). Please enjoy these wonderful articles by Sikh Dharma Ministers.

 

“In any form, shape, or projection, if you can elevate a person’s consciousness, his spirit, his self, his environments, his life, then it is seva. You are here to serve, here to lift, here to grace, here to give hope and action, to give the very deep love of your soul to all those who are in need.” —The Siri Singh Sahib Ji (Aquarian Times, Sept/Oct 2006)

 

 

 

We welcome comments and feedback on this newsletter and our website. If you are a Sikh Dharma Minister and would like to contribute to our newsletter, please contact Newsletter Editor SS Sarb Nam Kaur at info@sdministry.org

 

 

The views expressed in the articles on this website are those of the various authors and not necessarily those of the Office of the Secretary of Religion or Sikh Dharma International.

 

 

#64 Summer 2017 Newsletter

The theme of our Summer issue is seva. We invited Sikh Dharma Ministers to reflect on the concept of seva as taught by the Sikh Gurus and exemplified by the Tenth Master (Radiant Body). Please enjoy these wonderful articles by Sikh Dharma Ministers.

 

“In any form, shape, or projection, if you can elevate a person’s consciousness, his spirit, his self, his environments, his life, then it is seva. You are here to serve, here to lift, here to grace, here to give hope and action, to give the very deep love of your soul to all those who are in need.” —The Siri Singh Sahib Ji (Aquarian Times, Sept/Oct 2006)

 

 

 

We welcome comments and feedback on this newsletter and our website. If you are a Sikh Dharma Minister and would like to contribute to our newsletter, please contact Newsletter Editor SS Sarb Nam Kaur at info@sdministry.org

 

 

The views expressed in the articles on this website are those of the various authors and not necessarily those of the Office of the Secretary of Religion or Sikh Dharma International.

 

 

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