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Sikhi Faith is making an effort to draw the attention of our coming generations to the foot-prints of our great ancestors and make their (our children’s) lives sublime. If the present neglect shown by us to the religious education of our next generation continues, it is bound to prove extremely detrimental to the future of our children and eventually our community....

 

A well known poet has written:-

Lives of great men all remind us
We can make our lives sublime,
And departing leave behind us
Foot prints on the sand of time.

I would request all the parents to pay special attention to the religious education of their kids. We need to talk to them about the Sikh way of life with pride and explain to them how rich and unique our heritage is. I agree, they have a lot of distractions but I also strongly feel we can still guide them on the right lines. Talking to them in Punjabi at home, sending them to the Sikh youth camps, and providing them with simple story books on the history of Sikh religion can be very useful. Generally, all Gurdwara libraries should be able to provide such books. It is high time that we the parents pay immediate attention to this highly essential but neglected duty to our kids.

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