“Just remember that you are a Minister of Sikh Dharma and you are a radiant channel.”—The Siri Singh Sahib
(July 9, 1981)
“Minister is a very, very reverend word. This means the person who is a Minister is pious, trustworthy, truthful, does not believe in any sneakiness, is religious, is righteous, is kind and considerate and over and above all—we die before we fall. And that person is qualified to act right—come what may.”—The Siri Singh Sahib (July 9, 1981)
“…you need to perform a function in life— and you will simply perform a function in life that you are a Minister. This is required of your grace, your reverence. Therefore everything in life you [should] decide with grace. And what is grace? You and your surroundings should be radiant.”— The Siri Singh Sahib (July 9, 1981)
Siri Singh Sahib quotes courtesy The Yogi Bhajan Library of Teachings.
Quotations selected by The Office of the Secretary of Religion of Sikh Dharma International.