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The Sikh faith is an unknown to many people and yet it is full of gems which can dramatically improve your life and the lives of those around you.

Time and PlaceDate:Saturday, July 12, 2008Time:9:30am - 6:00pmLocation:Khalsa Primary SchoolCity/Town:Slough, United Kingdom

Topics covered within the course include:

Birth, Death, Happiness, Purpose of Life, Atheism, God, Evolution, the Universe, Spirituality, Equality, Meditation, Truth, Compassion, Love, Lust, Anger, Greed, Ego, Attachment, Money, Health, Family, Friends, Justice, Karma, Soul, Duality and many more...

YOU MUST REGISTER ON http://www.SikhCourse.com

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Vaheguroo Jee Ka Khalsaa! Vaheguroo Jee Ki Fatheh!

This is a must for ANYONE wanting to understand more about Sikhi, whether you're Amritdhari or not. I've personally attended The Sikh Course twice, and each time, something new has clicked in my AvguN Bhariaaa mind!

If you have friends who have shown an interest in Sikhi then this is definitely for them!

Make sure you register before attending!!

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Vaheguroo Jee Ka Khalsaa! Vaheguroo Jee Ki Fatheh!

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