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My home away from home.

I have so much to say.

Much to say about the Occupiers, yes, I believe I am one of them.
Much to say about our Faith, yes, I am a Sikh.
Much to say about the US economy, yes, I am as much an American as anyone else here.
Much to say about the world, yes, I am a world citizen.

I recently read that, and I paraphrase,
Religion is for those that don’t want to go to hell.
Spirituality is for those that have been to hell.

It is very important to believe and have faith. Believe in something, anything, any power, any idol. It is the best thing you can do for your Soul.

Having said that, I wanted to write and say thanks to all those Sikh brothers and sisters that have been kind to me when I visited Gurudwaras along the way.

I had the chance to visit some Gurudwaras in Europe,
Kobenhaven, Amsterdam, and Paris. The pictures I can share are here:
Danmark: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1926606977854.104996.1622570617&type=1&l=d1c699f3cc
Holland: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.2064326500756.109756.1622570617&type=1&l=18e6cb7318

I have to add that visiting a Gurudwara in any part of the world is like coming home. I am not judged, I am not discriminated against. I am welcome to stay as long as I want. I get Guru ka Langar and that is one of the best meals I have when I am on the road.

I hope 2012 is a wonderful year for you all.

My best,
Guri ‘GoSikh’ Singh

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One thought on “My home away from home.

  1. I would really like to hear more about your travels to foreign countries like Vietnam and racial experiences, as I plan to travel to Taiwan in the upcoming months and don’t want to be shocked too much by the culture.

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