Marking the National Tree Planting Day in Kenya on 21st April this poem highlights the reasons for planting trees giving them a divine significance. Read on for more......if you love nature.....if you care.......if you wish to leave a better world for generations to come.........
https://anchor.fm/sikiladim/episodes/Being-Sindhi-2-erdb0k https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy80ZjkzNWQ4OC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw/episode/OGM3M2E2OGUtOGNjZS00OTJmLThmNmItYmFlOTkyODJmN2M3?sa=X&ved=0CA0QkfYCahcKEwjgtOSb_YTwAhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQAQ https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy80ZjkzNWQ4OC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw/episode/OGM3M2E2OGUtOGNjZS00OTJmLThmNmItYmFlOTkyODJmN2M3?sa=X&ved=0CA0QkfYCahcKEwjgtOSb_YTwAhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQAQ Being a Sindhi I am proud Jhulelal I chant around Whether or not .... .....with a prayerful sound Yet I choose to turn a blind eye To the other Sindhis all around There are those on the other shore For whom life's become a constant chore In misery and pain they breath … Continue reading Being Sindhi (2)
DHARMA BROADCASTING NETWORK News that the world does not get......but it matters. For the first time, Congress mouthpiece National Herald apologizes for article denigrating Hindu sentiments The Congress mouthpiece National Herald, after publishing an article by Aakar Patel that compared the Supreme Court of India to its Pakistani counterpart, has apologized for another article it published titled … Continue reading National Herald Apologizes
Father’s Day brings in special dedication to the special unit of family called Father. He is special in many ways.
Prayers thine keep you going strong Abandon them not for time so long In distress and in thy times great Its prayers that help you pull along. A silent conversation with head bent Communication of your heart strand Needs no words outwardly heard When in prayers you firmly do stand. A story of the ultimate … Continue reading PRAYERS
What is it that we seek? How aware are we about our own divinity?
"Tread carefully, for you tread on my existence, You walk on the path of my sustenance." I hear that little voice in my imagination, of a being of God, his silent creation, and I look down as I am about to step, pacing to and fro, counting each step. It gave me a scare, oh! … Continue reading ONENESS IN LIFE (1)
The Stone Age man survived on hunting for hunger. Did He earn the wrath by killing? All those beautiful flowers which we not only place as offerings during prayers, but also use them very talentedly at various arrangements in churches, temples, offices, homes, events as well as times of death are they lifeless? Why then we are supposedly allowed to end life of some beings guilt free yet we are condemned for the others?
What can one offer to HIM who is the provider of all that is and that will be? Can I please God with my abundant offerings and how?
Our human minds are conditioned from a young age to the fluctuating practice of faith. Parents teach their children to pray every day which seems a good habit. The same parents, when in crisis increase the prayers, make special offerings on their gains or their child’s success, and in adverse situation speak out loud that they even fasted or made special offerings yet they didn’t get the required results. What are the young minds being conditioned into while witnessing such so called flexibility of faith.