The Wisdom of Sikhism

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Charanjit AjitSingh
Oneworld, 2001 - Religion - 224 pages
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An illustrated treasury of inspiration drawn from the sacred scriptures ofhe Sikh tradition, and offering insight and advice on everything fromarriage to living a good life.;For hundreds of years, the wise words of theikh tradition have sustained its followers across the world. With itsessage of equality, tolerance and unity, this progressive faith has much toffer in the way of encouragement and inspiration to readers of all creedsnd cultures.;Drawing not only on the words of the Gurus themselves, but alson the wisdom of other great Sikh thinkers ancient and modern, this anthologyontains some of the most profound extracts from Sikh literature andcripture. Covering a variety of themes, it offers sage words of advice onverything from the importance of family life to the search for spiritualiberation.

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Contents

Preface
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GOD
13
The Value of Human Birth
78
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