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Someone sent me this, I agree with many of the points so I thought I'd pass it on. Time for a reality check To all Gursikhs and those who take the name of Guru Nanak Maharaj! Join the true movement today! This movement has no name, shape or form. Its only leader is Guru Sahib. We have an illusion of chardi kala within the panth. We are wearing dastars, we are wearing bana, we are reading nitnem, we are following rehat. We organise countless keertan darbars, samagams, rainsabai keertans. Yet our ego remains! Nay our ego grows! Read the next few questions. Be honest when you answer - you are only answering to yourself after all. These arise from widespread observations of the youth in general and on social media. it is apparent in every single type of gursikh and every single jathebandi/samprada/sant following group. Become a true warrior - by truly becoming the dust of everyone's feet. Put the sukh and happiness of other people before your own! In this way you will see all of your hankaar easily, so very easily shed away! Its the easiest way to become the perfect Gursikh. In putting everyone before your own self you will automatically have to let go of the things that you do just to help yourself. We all want to do parchaar. We all want to do keertan. We all want to sit on taabe so we can show off our perfect baana. Yet how many of us want to do joria di seva? How many of us want to clean the jhoot in langar? How many of us want to clean the toilets of the Gurdwara Sahib? I think the answers for many of us, myself included will be hard to swallow. 1. Do you dress up to impress others when you put on your bana and dastaar? 2. Do you hope to impress people when you do keertan? 3. Why is it that you post up pictures of yourself on social media? 4. Why is it that you feel the need to tell your friends list how amazing you found that keertan/katha/samagam? 5.Do you go to sangat because you want salvation or do you go to give yourself a sense of security from being in a group? 6. Do you go around trying to act the most hardcore? 7. Are you using rehat to give yourself some superiority over others? 8. Are you using company of elder/respected gursikhs to get some laha, or just to show off? 9. Should we be taking photos of keertan darbars to post on instagram or should we be concentrating on listening to the keertan? 10. Do we really care about the panth or are we just using it to big ourselves up? Ask yourselves these questions every day! Re-take up that challenge that Guru Sahib gave you when you took amrit: ਜਉ ਤਉ ਪ੍ਰੇਮ ਖੇਲਣ ਕਾ ਚਾਉ ॥ If you desire to play this game of love with Me, ਸਿਰੁ ਧਰਿ ਤਲੀ ਗਲੀ ਮੇਰੀ ਆਉ ॥ then step onto My Path with your head in hand. In a nutshell what Guru Sahib was saying was, "This ain't gonna be easy!". If you are finding this path easy, then you are doing something wrong! Become a true warrior - by truly becoming the dust of everyone's feet. Put the sukh and happiness of other people before your own! In this way you will see all of your hankaar easily, so very easily shed away! Its the easiest way to become the perfect Gursikh. In putting everyone before your own self you will automatically have to let go of the things that you do just to help yourself. Remember- by acting in accordance with manmat, by using the panth for your own means - you are causing very big damage to the panth! Please share with others if you agree and want to see change in the panth! Author: Dardi