A religious preacher has to face tests on many occasions and the tests are passed by those only whose character and personal life contains idealism and filled with religious feelings. Only such preachers could teach Sikhism to humanity in real sense, said Canada based renowned Sikh preacher Giani Sahib Singh, while interacting with students of Sri Guru Angad Dev Institute of Religious Studies run by Nishan-E-Sikhi Charitable Trust (Regd.) in Khadur Sahib Punjab.
The Trust is managed under noted environmentalist Baba Sewa Singh Kaar Sewa Wale.
He said in inspirational words, “A good preacher never indulges in criticizing and negating everything concerned with religious way of life and suggests solutions of the problems faced by a certain religion by following constructive approach.”
He put light on various difficulties and problems faced by especially Sikh preachers in India and abroad on the basis of his experience.
Dr. Raghbir Singh Bains, author of multimedia Sikh encyclopedia, also addressed the students.