In which I share my life with you

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Punjabi jatti, Sikh, lover, fighter, running and lifting enthusiast, yogini in training, nerd, amateur biologist, Hindi music lover, Cal Bear, eternal romantic, forever a student and so much more. Careful, you just might fall in love.

nyamennwunamawu:

Never discredit your gut instinct. You’re not being paranoid. Your body can pick up vibrations, some better than others, and if something deep inside you says something’s not right about a person or situation, trust it and keep it pushing. 

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Love yourself more than the idea of others loving you.

—Mark Patterson (via kushandwizdom)

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mypunjabistory:

Khalsa Aid CEO steps in to help Yazidi Refugees in Iraq
Erbil (Iraq) August 19, 2014: Sikh Charity, Khalsa Aid has now reached at Iraq to help a minority community Yazidi. The Khalsa Aid volunteers visited more than 100 people of Yazidi minority community and provided food to them and the milk and other usable things are to be provided tomorrow.
According to Khalsa Aid volunteers, the children of Yazidi community had seen a Sikh first time in their life and they were happy to see him, who had come to help them with food.
These children along with another 100 people managed to escape the ISIS onslaught. But many of those in the surrounding villages were not so fortunate and were killed. Khalsa Aid was informed about these refugees by a local in Erbil. They were happy to see a Sikh and thanked the Sikh community for thinking about them.
“We need food, especially rice. Can you please help us!”
Within 45 minutes of the request KA team delivered bags of rice and milk will be delivered tomorrow.
This was the first time these children seen a Sikh. They were very happy and managed to enjoy a few minutes of laughter. 
To DONATE please click on the following link :http://www.khalsaaid.org/donate.html
source

mypunjabistory:

Khalsa Aid CEO steps in to help Yazidi Refugees in Iraq

Erbil (Iraq) August 19, 2014: Sikh Charity, Khalsa Aid has now reached at Iraq to help a minority community Yazidi. The Khalsa Aid volunteers visited more than 100 people of Yazidi minority community and provided food to them and the milk and other usable things are to be provided tomorrow.

According to Khalsa Aid volunteers, the children of Yazidi community had seen a Sikh first time in their life and they were happy to see him, who had come to help them with food.

These children along with another 100 people managed to escape the ISIS onslaught. But many of those in the surrounding villages were not so fortunate and were killed.

Khalsa Aid was informed about these refugees by a local in Erbil. They were happy to see a Sikh and thanked the Sikh community for thinking about them.

“We need food, especially rice. Can you please help us!”

Within 45 minutes of the request KA team delivered bags of rice and milk will be delivered tomorrow.

This was the first time these children seen a Sikh. They were very happy and managed to enjoy a few minutes of laughter. 

To DONATE please click on the following link :http://www.khalsaaid.org/donate.html

source

(via sikhknowledge)

Anonymous asked: How do I be modest and pretty at the same time. I feel like if I am too modest no one will like me.

fitness-barbie:

No one will like you? Listen to yourself, you are willing to change and be something you are not so others accept you? That’s bullshit. Learn to love yourself first.