A Spirit of Majestic Courage
Singh literally means tiger or lion. Like the word lion is synonymous with royalty and the bravado of a king, Singh implies a status of great majestic courage, even divinity, and can be interpreted to mean lion king. Singhni is the feminine form of Singh and literally means lioness implying a courageous spirit.
In Sikhism, the suffix Singh is attached to the name of every Sikh male. The title Singh may be taken by a convert who professes to follow the Sikh religion. When a male child is born to Sikh parents, the title Singh is endowed at the time of birth, or shortly thereafter during the Janam Naam Sanskar naming ceremony. The title of Singh is affixed to the name of every Sikh male who experiences rebirth and becomes initiated as Khalsa in the Amrit Sanchar ceremonyrit of Majestic Courage.
On a cold Monday morning I again had the pleasure of being in the presents of such a majestic human. Amar Singhis is that human, as we travel down to Wollongong to wrap up the Corrimal operation he lets me know how tuf the whole Covid Pandemic has been. Especially to International uni students who missed out on any government support.
He lets me know it’s been a uphill battle even within his own community. He lets me know if T4A did not have the support from organizations like Corrimal Rotary Club T4A would have been dead in the water.
Corrimal Rotary Club is a vibrant club with a great mix of people who have a passion about our local and international communities.
I got to hang out with Yvette Murada club president and she yarns about the core principles of Rotary.
- Is it the TRUTH?
- Is it FAIR to all concerned?
- Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
- Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
In times of need it amazes me how everyday Australians just step up.
Our documentary continues!
By SJ STARK FOR CONTRAST MEDIA
PUBLISHED: 14.10 AEST, 30 June 2020 | UPDATED: 14.45 AEST, 30 June 2020