Dear All, I am wanting greater understanding of the implications of the following - I'm an English male in a relationship with an initiated Sikh woman. We are both fortunate in that we have found a tremendous love for each other, with a perfect respect, trust, love, balance, and 'life faith'. We understand and have expressed/shared how we 'feel' that we have known each other for years and that our relationship is the most natural we would want for our lives; both individually and as a couple. We both understand the implications of our relationship, and at the same time, are genuinely in acceptance of each others religion and 'life faith'; my girlfriend initiated Sikh, me agnostic. It may be appropriate for me to explain my religious background, being brought up a practising Christian, a head choirboy as a child/teenager, grandfather a minister etc. As an adult, my faith has developed into a neutral religious faith respecting all religions, individuals personal faith, and cultural backgrounds for what they are. The real issue here is how can we live together as husband and wife? Our backgrounds are of highly professional individuals who both respect, accept, and enjoy each others faiths. Jointly understanding that neither of us would want to change the other in any way. From my side I receive much happiness in seeing my partner completing her daily prayers and the importance of her religion within her life. I have also benefited from a much greater understanding of Sikhism, with all the good the religion/faith is based upon. So, how can an initiated Sikh woman and an agnostic English man share their lives together? Is there a 'way' for this to be accepted within an initiated Sikh family and its' extended community? Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.