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#69 Fall 2018 Newsletter

Throughout 2018, we are exploring the topic of Shabd Guru through the Siri Singh Sahib’s teachings of Obey, Serve, Love, Excel. For the Fall 2018 issue we explore The Touch of Guru’s Love. We invited Sikh Dharma Ministers to respond to the question: “What is it about the Guru that hooks your heart and how do you awaken to the presence of the Shabd Guru in your heart?

“Love is a self-sacrifice. Love is the experience within one’s self of one’s own selflessness; that’s why love is God.  No one can explain love, because love is ecstasy. Love is the essence of an ever-longing devotion. Love does not change. If love changes, it is not love.”—The Siri Singh Sahib (from The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan p. 21)

 


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#69 Fall 2018 Newsletter

Throughout 2018, we are exploring the topic of Shabd Guru through the Siri Singh Sahib’s teachings of Obey, Serve, Love, Excel. For the Fall 2018 issue we explore The Touch of Guru’s Love. We invited Sikh Dharma Ministers to respond to the question: “What is it about the Guru that hooks your heart and how do you awaken to the presence of the Shabd Guru in your heart?

“Love is a self-sacrifice. Love is the experience within one’s self of one’s own selflessness; that’s why love is God.  No one can explain love, because love is ecstasy. Love is the essence of an ever-longing devotion. Love does not change. If love changes, it is not love.”—The Siri Singh Sahib (from The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan p. 21)

 


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