Something i've talked to with a couple of Gursikhs now is falling in love.
Many of us have at some point, it seems to be part of the package of being human - especially during our teenage years.
If I remember correctly, the only thoughts that came to my mind were of the person I became obsessed with - everytime I brushed my teeth, or got dressed in the morning I'd think of the person.
We fell in love with Guru Ji/Vaheguru/God in this same manner, our sole aim was to love them so much that they were that were on our mind every second of the day.
Every little seemingly useless action was linked to getting closer to them, holding them in our arms and just being content with whatever they did.
When I read Gurbani sometimes I really wish I could feel the emotions that the authors felt when they wrote the blessed words, there are so many examples of this:
Lose yourself in the play of it, and then whatever will be, will be. 239"
vaheguru vaheguru vaheguru vaheguru vaheguru vaheguru vaheguru vaheguru vaheguru vaheguru
hun kad milee-ai pari-a tuDh bhagvantaa.
When will I meet You, O my Beloved Lord?
I cannot endure the night, and sleep does not come, without the Sight of the Beloved Guru's Court. 3"
Shabd Hazarey, Dhan Siri Guru Arjan Dev Sahib Ji
|myrY min AYsI Bgiq bin AweI ]|
|maerai man aisee bhagath ban aaee |
|Such is the devotional love which has been produced in my mind.|
|hau hir ibnu iKnu plu rih n skau jYsy jl ibnu mInu mir jweI ]1] rhwau ]|
|ho har bin khin pal rehi n sako jaisae jal bin meen mar jaaee 1 rehaao |
|Without the Lord, I cannot live even for an instant, like the fish which dies without water. 1Pause|
Siri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, Limb 368
I agree that wordly love is nothing compared to devotional love, but for people like me its a glimpse of what Gurmukhs (people following the teachings of the Guru's) experience.