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Milkha Singh Ji: The Flying Sikh

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Milkha Singh Ji: The Flying Sikh

f India’s great track and field athletes, Milkha Singh Ji was dubbed “the Flying Sikh” in recognition of his superior ability and achievements as a runner. Mr. Milkha Singh was born into a Sikh family on November 20, 1929, in Govindpuri, Muzaffargarh city, then part of the Punjab Province of British India. The difficulties Milkha Singh encountered in his early life were met with determination and
Teladan Sukses
2022-05-15   213 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2022-05-15

Beloved Mystic Sufi Poet Hafez, Part 2 of 2

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Beloved Mystic Sufi Poet Hafez, Part 2 of 2

ged for a greater spiritual awakening. Forty years after having met his spiritual Master, it is said that Hafez began another 40-day and 40-night vigil. He drew a circle on the floor and sat there for his vigil. On the last morning of his 40th day, Hafez set out for his Master’s residence. There, with the grace of his Master, Hafez attained Cosmic realization. After this incident and before his pa
Teladan Sukses
2022-03-03   223 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2022-03-03

Beloved Mystic Sufi Poet Hafez, Part 1 of 2

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Beloved Mystic Sufi Poet Hafez, Part 1 of 2

o us with great wit and wisdom from the heart. Hafez’s poetry also espoused a spirituality of sincerity, which often presented itself in opposition to puritanical and hypocritical religious behavior.The freedom and play of words in Hafez’s poetry shows that he had a joyful sense of humor and was indeed an initiate of a mystic order, yet he maintained the outer life of a cosmopolitan citizen. Havin
Teladan Sukses
2022-02-25   614 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2022-02-25

Mark Twain: Great American Literature

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Mark Twain: Great American Literature

ne of the greatest American authors and humorists. Among his many works, his novels “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” and its sequel “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” have become classics in American literature. A man of many talents, Mark Twain was also a riverboat pilot, journalist, lecturer, inventor, and entrepreneur. His writing style was usually informal and amusing, differentiating him from ot
Teladan Sukses
2021-11-28   547 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2021-11-28

Seub Nakhasathien: Thailand’s Heroic Conservationist, Part 3 of 3

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Seub Nakhasathien: Thailand’s Heroic Conservationist, Part 3 of 3

how many animals have to die so that you can enjoy all the conveniences in life?” “I want you to try to imagine that these animals have families. They have fathers, mothers, children, just like us. They have the right to live. But what right do we have to end their lives?”Tigers, tapirs, Asiatic wild dogs, bantengs, and gaurs are some of the numerous endangered species that are protected by speci
Teladan Sukses
2021-11-04   653 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2021-11-04

Seub Nakhasathien: Thailand’s Heroic Conservationist, Part 2 of 3

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Seub Nakhasathien: Thailand’s Heroic Conservationist, Part 2 of 3

the wild animals.” “I think when Mr. Seub was alive, what he really tried to do was to do everything so that the personnel who were rangers or personnel on the ground, who lived in the area, they were able to efficiently look after and protect the resources as much as they could.” “This is one issue. Another issue is research analysis of information in order to conserve resources. This is an issu
Teladan Sukses
2021-10-31   373 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2021-10-31

Seub Nakhasathien: Thailand’s Heroic Conservationist, Part 1 of 3

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Seub Nakhasathien: Thailand’s Heroic Conservationist, Part 1 of 3

ying wild animals, and he produced numerous academic papers on wildlife conservation. His reports were widely published, and to raise public awareness on the need to safeguard wildlife, he also often gave lectures and held exhibitions utilizing posters and photographs. He worked hard to protect the sanctuaries from deforestation and poaching, appealing to government agencies for support. He also p
Teladan Sukses
2021-10-24   498 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2021-10-24

Inventor Nikola Tesla (vegetarian): Noble Benefactor of Modern Civilization, Part 3 of 3

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Inventor Nikola Tesla (vegetarian): Noble Benefactor of Modern Civilization, Part 3 of 3

ughter of animals, which must be destructive to our morals.” In 1926, Nikola Tesla already described the modern smartphone: “We shall be able to communicate with one another instantly, irrespective of distance.” Anticipating the tragic consequences of climate change, he began to explore the idea of “free energy” and methods of production. Recently, a declassified FBI document entitled “Nikola Tesl
Teladan Sukses
2021-09-05   1166 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2021-09-05

Inventor Nikola Tesla (vegetarian): Noble Benefactor of Modern Civilization, Part 2 of 3

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Inventor Nikola Tesla (vegetarian): Noble Benefactor of Modern Civilization, Part 2 of 3

i to have great merit, and in over two decades of inventing, his devices always worked as he meant them to, without exception. He was bestowed with 15 honorary degrees from universities across the world, amongst them, Yale and Columbia in the United States, and 14 Meritorious Awards from various world class institutions.
Teladan Sukses
2021-08-29   1882 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2021-08-29

His Excellency George Washington: Father of His Country, Part 1 of 2

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His Excellency George Washington: Father of His Country, Part 1 of 2

I saw the great George Washington on his knees alone, with his sword on one side and his cocked hat on the other. He was at Prayer to the God of the Armies, beseeching to interpose with his Divine aid, as it was ye Crisis, and the cause of the country, of humanity, and of the world.”
Teladan Sukses
2021-07-18   2106 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2021-07-18

Zora Neale Hurston: Esteemed Author and Scholar of Anthropology and Folklore

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Zora Neale Hurston: Esteemed Author and Scholar of Anthropology and Folklore

ssessed a great sense of humor and intellect, charming all those she met.Zora Neale Hurston established a school of dramatic arts in 1934 at Bethune-Cookman College, and in 1956, she received the Bethune-Cookman College Award for Education and Human Relations in recognition of her achievements. In 1935, Zora began her studies at Columbia University for a Ph.D. in anthropology on a fellowship from
Teladan Sukses
2021-03-28   788 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2021-03-28

Dashdondog Jamba & His Mongolian Traveling Children’s Library, Part 2 of 3

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Dashdondog Jamba & His Mongolian Traveling Children’s Library, Part 2 of 3

f of wild animals, and it was published in 2001. The stories were inspired by stones in the Terelj region of Mongolia. Many sad events happen because people do not comprehend the language of animals. Worried about wild animals becoming rare, Mr. Dashdondog wrote “The Stone Legends” to help people better understand and appreciate them. While learning about the pains that the animals endure, readers
Teladan Sukses
2021-02-21   721 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2021-02-21

Johann Sebastian Bach: A Magnificent Musician’s Creative Genius, Part 1 of 2

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Johann Sebastian Bach: A Magnificent Musician’s Creative Genius, Part 1 of 2

lific and greatest composers of all time, he is known for the Brandenburg Concertos and the Goldberg Variations, as well as the Mass in B minor. Bach explored every major style and musical genre of his time. He also developed these styles and blended them together in new ways, combining the emotional with the intellectual. In 1700, young Bach was offered a choral scholarship to the prestigious Sai
Teladan Sukses
2021-01-10   973 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2021-01-10

The Reverend Dr. Albert Schweitzer (vegetarian): The Peaceful Genius, Part 2 of 2

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The Reverend Dr. Albert Schweitzer (vegetarian): The Peaceful Genius, Part 2 of 2

treat the animals. Animals suffer as much as we do. It is our duty to make the whole world recognize it. Until we extend our circle of compassion to all living things, humanity will not find peace.” After going back to Europe and staying there for several years, Dr. Albert Schweitzer returned to Lambaréné in 1924 to rebuild the hospital on a new site. Treatment was always free of charge. The entir
Teladan Sukses
2020-08-07   1151 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2020-08-07

The Reverend Dr. Albert Schweitzer (vegetarian): The Peaceful Genius, Part 1 of 2

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The Reverend Dr. Albert Schweitzer (vegetarian): The Peaceful Genius, Part 1 of 2

him the “Greatest Man in the World.” Former prime minister of the UK, His Excellency Sir Winston Churchill called him “a genius of humanity.” In 1952, he won the Nobel Peace Prize. Indeed, the Reverend Dr. Albert Schweitzer was a brilliant polymath whose personal philosophy revolved around what he called “Reverence for Life.” A vegetarian, theologian, musician, author, missionary, and medical doc
Teladan Sukses
2020-08-02   1266 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2020-08-02

Stan Lee: Superhero of Storytelling, Part 1 of 2

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Stan Lee: Superhero of Storytelling, Part 1 of 2

lay the “Great American Novel” waiting to be written. Stan Lee’s career made big bounds in 1941. He wanted to be a trendsetter, not a copycat of sorts. In a last bid to continue in the field of comic books, Stan Lee awakened his creative genius and began writing what he wanted. Just like that Stan Lee helped revived the comic industry, resurrecting Marvel Comics and setting it apart from its comp
Teladan Sukses
2020-02-09   971 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2020-02-09

Poet-Philosopher Al-Maʿarri (vegan): Meditations On Life

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Poet-Philosopher Al-Maʿarri (vegan): Meditations On Life

ne of the greatest Arab classical poets. When he was four years old, al- Ma‘arri was afflicted with small pox. The illness ultimately resulted in the loss of his vision. His unconventional wisdom and philosophy and his profound reasoning had led to a sudden surge in his reputation. He rapidly became a highly sought after poet and scholar. Al-Ma‘arri was also an example of compassion to all beings.
Teladan Sukses
2020-01-05   1201 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2020-01-05

Dr. Rudolf Steiner: Bridging the Physical and Spiritual

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Dr. Rudolf Steiner: Bridging the Physical and Spiritual

ner was a great polymath, a philosopher and scientist. An eloquent public speaker and gifted writer, he gave over 6,000 lectures in his lifetime, and he published more than 25 books. He developed and taught a path of research called anthroposophy, based on “the science of the spirit.” Rudolf Steiner was also a vegetarian. He placed great emphasis on the benefits of meditation. In 1913, Rudolf Stei
Teladan Sukses
2019-12-22   1238 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2019-12-22

Peace Pilgrim: Walking Towards a Peaceful World, Part 3 of 3

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Peace Pilgrim: Walking Towards a Peaceful World, Part 3 of 3

alks with great love and great faith. Such a person gets through to the good in others and cannot be harmed. This walks between individuals. This walks between groups, and it would work between nations, if nations had the courage to try it.” Walking an average of 25 miles a day, Peace kept up the same pace at 72 years old as she did in her earlier years. Peace Pilgrim left behind a legacy of love,
Teladan Sukses
2019-07-28   3686 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2019-07-28

Mahatma Gandhi – Be the Change We Want to See, Part 2 of 2

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Mahatma Gandhi – Be the Change We Want to See, Part 2 of 2

o achieve change for the betterment of society. People across the country’s spectrum joined in full support. The supporters faced many dangers during the protests, but in accordance with Mahatma Gandhi’s principle of nonviolence. After a result, 20 years after Gandhi had first set foot in South Africa, the poll tax for Indians were abolished and Hindu marriages given due recognition.
Teladan Sukses
2018-10-02   5195 Tampilan
Teladan Sukses
2018-10-02
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