Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh! Something Daas wanted to talk about was how some people have somehow made a different term for the words Gursikh, and Sikh; and why this negatively effects everyone. Something we should know is the actual name of the following of Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji is called Gursikhi, especially in the times Bhai Gurdas names the religion, "gur sikhee dhee eaehu neesaanee |13| These are the virtuous marks of the Sikh culture.(13)" (Bhai Gurdas Vaaran 28 Pauri 13). *(The website for some reason prevented the Gurmukhi version, and as Daas doesn't have a Gurmukhi keyboard it was left out). So when we realize that Gurmat is from the Gursikhi rather than just the term Sikh we can go onto the next thing, respect for the two terms; this will be our topic for today.
Ultimately Daas would prefer this being a non-issue; but many people on both sides; have disrespected the terms so much that it has lost it's meaning for Sikhs on Earth, (but still retains it's meaning in Sach Khand). Let's took at the definition of Gursikh, which means Sikh, (student) of the Guru, and the term Sikh by itself means student; with that we can guess that they are working towards following Gurmat, right? This is where the difference on Earth comes, those who say they are Sikh, but not Gursikh; have made the entire word a form of cultural birth, rather than actual practice; while those who are Gursikh still practice. (On our home-page, our line is "Gursikh Meet Chalo Gur Chali"). We actually won't go into depth for this topic, this is mostly just something we should reflect on, (so if anyone reading was expecting a long story, Daas asks for your forgiveness, but we should think about these topics without going in depth).
Bhul Chuk Maaf Karni, (forgive any mistakes from Daas), Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh!