American Turban

Poem of the Day

"Flowers lie on the sign to the Sikh temple of Wisconsin where members were allowed to re-enter for the first time in Oak Creek, Wis., Thursday, Aug 9, 2012. The mass shooting last Sunday claimed six members of the temple. Photo: Jeffrey Phelps / AP" (source: Connecticut Post)

“Flowers lie on the sign to the Sikh temple of Wisconsin where members were allowed to re-enter for the first time in Oak Creek, Wis., Thursday, Aug 9, 2012. The mass shooting last Sunday claimed six members of the temple. Photo: Jeffrey Phelps / AP” (source: Connecticut Post)

I was a locked temple;
The gems of God were stored in my heart,
And I knew not.
My Master opened the door of my heart for me;
My Master had the key and I knew it not.
Now I see all.

~ Professor Puran Singh, 1881-1931

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