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Description - Loving God by Baba Virsa Singh

Baba Virsa Singh reminds us of and indeed belongs to the chain of the great saints and sages of India who have brought the people together through their extraordinary powers, which include the power of love. We should learn from him the vital lesson of loving and helping not only people within a particular religious community but all those outside it and establish the religion of humanity which is the cornerstone of all great religions.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9788120730939
ISBN-10: 8120730933
Format: Paperback
(140mm x 215mm x mm)
Pages: 90
Imprint: Sterling Publishers Pvt.Ltd
Publisher: Sterling Publishers Pvt.Ltd
Publish Date: 4-Oct-2006
Country of Publication: India

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Author Biography - Baba Virsa Singh

His Holiness Baba Virsa Singh is a holy person of Biblical proportion who passed out of his physical body on 24 December 2007, but is still very present with us. A world-class leader who sought no worldly position, he never referred to himself as a Guru or miracle-worker. He came from a mud-brick village in Punjab, did not read or write in any language, but those of great intelligence, wealth, and worldly power bowed at his influence. He quoted extensively from the scriptures of all religions. His special mission is to bring people of all religious paths closer to God, and bring peace by overcoming the conflicts that plague the world. He worked hard all his life to set an example of how one can rise out of poverty. When asked about his life, he would only say, "I am just trying to be a better human being."