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Gurfatehji. Through one of the matrimonial sites I came across a gursikh,well educated,from a decent family & seemed to be mature. He was an NRI.After fw days of interaction online (had spoken to him once on the phone though),he told me that he had a health issue years ago but was nw completely cured. It didn't affect me in the least as I had begun liking him and his honesty spoke volumes I felt.My parents after some thought too felt that it was alright as he had been honest about his health.fine. two days later I shared my health issue with him but things came to an end.I wanted to share about myself with him at an appropriate time and didnt want to hide it. Anyways he didn't feel the need to discuss or clarify how serious or minor my health issue was. He simply closed the interaction with a formal mail explaining his reasons. I was broken as we had developed a good rapport, understanding and it all seemed just fine.I believed that he would understand my issue as he had been through a difficult time himself. But it all ended. I want to ask how many would go ahead in such a situation or simply close talks without knowing or understanding how small the girls health issue is. If one person in all honesty shares her health concern and before that has accepted this person, despite his past, not asking any questions;hw fair is it on his part to simply stop talks? I am beginning to wonder if one should be honest at all? It hadn't even been two weeks of interaction.It surprises me to no end that being educated such is the thinking. I'am not sure how it will be if iv to interact with someone else tom. I will be glad to hear any honest thoughts if there would be such a situation before any of u tom.and if anyone wishes to give advice I am equally glad to listen. Thanks a ton.
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FB Event: http://www.facebook.com/events/332837380121105/ Youtube Promo: Poster: http://www.flickr.com/photos/1guk/7232915456/in/photostream Event Information: http://www.1guk.com/event/1g-injustice-tour-june-2012 1G UK Present, Two Talks on "Injustice -- a story for every Sikh must hear" in West and East London. This Talk will look at the Injustices faced by the Sikh Community in India, focusing not just on 1984 but since the British Raaj. The talker, a young and vibrant individual, will provide a very thought provoking and emotional account of the Sikh Story. West London (Slough) - Tuesday 5th June 2012 -- 7pm Ramgarhia Community Centre Woodland Avenue, Slough SL13BU East London (Barking) -- Thursday 7th June 2012 -- 7.30pm Barking Gurdwara 100 North Street Essex IG11 8JD For More Information, future event bookings or Seva please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com | FB: one-G seva West London: 07783592953 East London: 07403321602 A must attend event, for all Sikhs. 1G UK is a London Based Organisation, spreading Sikhism to normal Sikhs in easy and accessible methods. You can find out about us more here: http://www.1guk.com/about-1g