| Seremban, Malaysia | 30 Nov 2015 | Asia Samachar |
On 13 Dec 2015, Gurdwara Sahib Seremban ran a Naujawan Satsang as a follow up from the youth event held a few weeks ago in Alson Resort. The turn out was very encouraging, with close to 100 taking part in the youth run programme.
The spiritual development session in the Darbar Sahib was led by Harcharanjeet Singh aka Raja Sahib who wove his magic on the youths leaving them wanting more. He drove the message of how important it is for us to remember God not just at Amritvela but throughout the day, and the manner of doing so which should be completely submitting ourselves at the feet of Guruji.
This was followed by a motivational talk and a group exercise downstairs facilitated by Perthpal Singh Khosa, a Kuala Lumpur-based trainer. This session was for those 13 years old and above.
He successfully captivated their attention and impressed upon them the need to move from ‘knowing’ to ‘doing’ and the rewards of putting in a little bit of extra effort. Meanwhile, a movie screening was held separately for those 12 years old and below.
Overall, the organising team is pleased to see another key milestone achieved from the carefully designed youth development plan and are encouraged to stay the course.
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