I am 57 years old and have practiced and studied Spirituality since I was eighteen. I try to read the Torah and Tanakh with a Hebrew Mind Set which is becoming easier as I learn Hebrew. When I read the Tao Te Ching (Dow De Ching), I try and understand it from Lao Tzu's perspective. However, I can't help but believing that The HaShem of Avraham, The Way of Lao Tzu, and The "Sat Nam" of Sikhism are all different perspectives on THE WAY to conceptualizing the AIN SOF of Kabbalah. Because of the xenophobic reaction many Americans have to Turbans, I can understand the reaction of pride and suspicion when I ask a person, "Excuse me, are you a Sikh?" The person usually stands erect, makes eye contact, and then replies with almost a challenging tone, "YES!" It has been almost as if they are saying what about it?! So far, I have found that the prayers of the righteous are very similar in all religions. I hope to continue to learn more about Sikhism. The one question I have is why would a Sikh doctor tell me that Sikhism is Christian? I told one of the Sikh doctors I know that I would declare myself a Sikh if it were not for my belief in Yeshua (Yahshua, Yehoshua, Y'shua, Yeshua, Iesous, Iesus, Jesus) and he replied that Sikhism was Christian. As much as I like this doctor, that statement made me suspicious of him. Obviously, it is not. I have heard of some Mystic Religions who claim to be of religions other than what they are. And, I have heard of some sects of a Major Religion claiming to believe another religion. I have been invited by another Sikh doctor to attend the Gurudwara and may do that in the near future.