This podcast brings us to Haridwar, a town that lies on the banks of the Ganges river. Guru ji challenges the thinking of the men whom he meets at the river. They explore the idea of sending love to the ancestors by providing them with resources, in this case being water. But Guru ji posits that we need to embrace our love for our loved ones that are alive today rather than focusing on those that have left this world. The eye-opening discussion is absolutely worth listening to because it broadens your mindset on how we engage as human beings and how we express our compassion and love for one another.
Inni Kaur talks about how transcendence lies not in the wishful disappearance of opposition from without but in the resolution within to disregard and rise above it. How do we rise from the fragmented universe of our fears?
Harinder Singh speaks about the Sikh historical narratives that live in the psyche of the Guru Khalsa Panth, the flag-bearers of the Sikh collective.