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I understand how you feel. Sikhi is a way of living, not a religion. Some people look like Sikhs, but they do not live as Sikhs. Some people do not look like Sikhs, but they live as true Sikhs. You will know a true Sikh because his face is shining and joyful, he is alert, open and warmhearted, and he or she looks for any way that presents itself to serve others. After you spend time with a True Sikh you will feel blessed and uplifted. Between a Sikh and his Guru is just a matter of time. It is an affair of the heart.

I understand how you feel. Sikhi is a way of living, not a religion. Some people look like Sikhs, but they do not live as Sikhs. Some people do not look like Sikhs, but they live as true Sikhs. You will know a true Sikh because his face is shining and joyful, he is alert, open and warmhearted, and he or she looks for any way that presents itself to serve others. After you spend time with a True true Sikh you will feel blessed and uplifted. Between a Sikh and his Guru is just a matter of time. It is an affair of the heart.

I understand how you feel. Sikhi is a way of living, not a religion. Some people look like Sikhs, but they do not live as Sikhs. Some people do not look like Sikhs, but they live as true Sikhs. You will know a true Sikh because his face is shining and joyful, he is alert, open and warmhearted, and he or she looks for any way that presents itself to serve others. After you spend time with a true Sikh you will feel blessed and uplifted. If it is your destiny to serve at his feet, then it will be so. Between a Sikh and his Guru is just a matter of time. It is an affair of the heart.

I understand how you feel. Sikhi is a way of living, not a religion. Some people look like Sikhs, but they do not live as Sikhs. Some people do not look like Sikhs, but they live as true Sikhs. You will know a true Sikh because his face is shining and joyful, he is alert, open and warmhearted, and he or she looks for any way that presents itself to serve others. After you spend time with a true Sikh you will feel blessed and uplifted. If it is your destiny to serve at his Guru Ji's feet, then it will be so. Between a Sikh and his Guru is just a matter of time. It is an affair of the heart.