"Dear Narayanjyot Ji aka SPNAdmin, thank you, you are an inspiration. Your insight, analysis, interpretation on life and Sikhi has touched many and no doubt will continue as we are fortunate to have your words with us at a touch of a button. Your memory will live through all those you have connected through even though most of us have never met you nor seen a picture of you up until now! Thank you for all that you did, I wish the family you leave behind strength to deal with your loss and know that they were very lucky to have such a blessed soul in their lives."
"Narayanjyot Ji, a part of me goes with you. Though I had never had the honour of meeting you personally, but surely through interactions with you on the forum, the kind of dedication you had towards Sikhism, and the way you mentored and taught me; had a massive impact on my outlook of life. I don't know how to share my admiration of you and the pain I'm going through upon your decease in this brief message, but, as long as I'm alive, I'll remember you and cherish your memories. You have made a special place for yourself in all our hearts."
"Narayanjot ji, I will miss our long telephone chats, our Pm's our long emails about everything.But at the same time I feel closer to me than ever. We have no geographical distances or of any other sort anymore. I will remember our laughters, our serious chats, and the most important,your gift as a great listener where you put everyone who came in touch with you on a pedestal. You will be in my thoughts, in my gestures, in all the things that you made me do better. Jim stay strong. You had a great companion in her who had decided to elope with you which is one of the most romantic things one can do."
"Please accept my most sincere condolences and those of our common friend, Sharon Zukin. The three of us were together at Girls' High and spent many memorable hours together . I was very lucky to have found Toni a few years back just before she became ill, and I am very glad I was able to have a brief period of reunion with her. She was a wonderful person and I think of her often. She actually wrote my bio in our yearbook and she did a beautiful job of it. I will cherish her in my memory."