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Liv - Sikhi in Thought, Word & Deed

Saturday
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22
December
2012

Many schools offer a character development program as part of their curriculum, but what character traits are crucial to nurture in developing Sikhs? How do we inspire those qualities in our youth at Gurduara, school and at home? Join us as we consider these questions, drawing on Gurbani and Guru-Sakhis for inspiration. Also our special guests, the Young Khalsa Girls, share how embracing Sikhi characteristics guides their community service.

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Jasmine Kaur

Coordinator & Chief Developer of the Sojhi Curriculum

Jasmine currently works as an Adjunct College Instructor teaching courses in Technical Business English, Education and Social Sciences.

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