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zen-child:

I honestly think that crying over a book is one of the most prominent sign of compassion for humanity. You’re crying over someone who isn’t really there, doesn’t really exist, but you still feel for them as if you have known them your entire life.

(via dedicatedtobooks)

sevasinghproject:

Bhai gurbaksh Singh ji hasn’t eaten for 38 days but feeds Bhai Lal Singh who just been released on parole…Waheguru
Bhai Gurbaksh Singh Khalsa is currently in his 31st day on hunger strike. His aim? Simply to demand the release of Sikh political prisoners who have already served their sentences yet are still imprisoned. Let it sink in- this man is prepared to starve himself to death so that his fellow sikh brothers can obtain freedom. We must ask ourselves this question- why has the media not covered this news?  Why is that if a man like Hazare decides to take hunger strike action every media outlet is ready and waiting to report it? 
God bless this man’s soul and keep him in high spirits and good health.  If only their were more men and women like him in the world. Just the thought of the amounr of compassion which must run so deep in this man’s blood brings tears to my eyes.

Real Life Sikh Story 2!

sikhiinspiration:

Left me speechless. A must read!

The Power of Naam Simran Inspiring True Story of a Singhni as narrated by Nirvair Khalsa Jatha December 2012 There’s a sister that lives in Birmingham, I won’t tell you her name as she wants to keep it gupt (she is still alive but doesn’t people constantly calling…

(via epic-studying)

newspaperblackout:

A newspaper blackout by Austin Kleon

rizucchini:

hoodies are very important to me

(via restless-at-night)

tmisource:

This ‘Shadowhunter’s Codex’ sneak peek is all about runes

Simon Teen has shared their ninth sneak peek at The Shadowhunter’s Codex by Cassandra Clare and…

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