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I met in India an intelligent Sikh from the Punjab, and asked him about his religion. He replied, "I believe in one god, and I repeat my prayers, called japji, every morning and evening. These prayers occupy six pages of print, but I can get through them in a little more than ten minutes."

He seemed to pride himself on this rapid recitation as a work of increased merit. I said, "What else does your religion require of you?"

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