The hymn that was sung from the Golden Temple on the 10th anniversary of our grandson’s passing says that there is no greater service than helping individuals connect with the Divine. I have been truly blessed, and service is a privilege! That is why when you buy this book, all the proceeds that I receive are donated to charitable projects worldwide. 

Your support of the book and donations will make a huge difference, so please recommend the book to all your friends! 

Many thanks to Sikhnet.com for providing daily translations of the randomly selected hymn from the holy Guru Granth Sahib at the Temple in Amritsar. 

Here are the service projects that you are helping to support:

In India

The amazing work of the Kalgidhar Trust and Baru Sahib sewadars shows their deep commitment to bring excellent education, good living habits and harmony to thousands of children across the villages of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh. Their commitment is admirable and a ballast against the rampant ills that plague society like corruption, drug addiction, pollution, violence and gender inequality. The latest project is to send boys to school who have lost their fathers to farmer suicide. Their success is a boon to Punjab and world peace.              


In New Jersey

Bennett was about to turn five years old when he died suddenly. Even at that tender age, he really enjoyed sharing with others. His extended family, which was made up of people from many cultures, races and religions, taught him that God is One and we are all God’s children. He was taught to make his best effort, and to keep trying, no matter what the obstacle. 

In his memory, the family has chosen to present scholarships to gifted students of limited means. Dozens of Dunellen High School students have benefited from the Bennett Singh Brand Memorial Awards for pre-college summer programs where they have gained academic prowess, social skills and the confidence that they can succeed on campus and away from home in the future. Many have gone on to win complete scholarships from colleges such as Harvard and Brown!

Since the program began in 2002, one hundred percent of the donations from the cooking classes have gone into the scholarships. In addition, there have been many other generous supporters to keep this worthwhile cause moving forward.

Here is a photo of the wonderful 2019 scholarship winners. 


 

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