This Hare Kṛṣṇa mantra is the process of purification. Not that I'll have to purify otherwise and then take to Hare Kṛṣṇa mantra. No. You begin chanting. Then it is purified. You'll be purified. Begin chanting. In whatever condition you are, that doesn't matter.
Actually I began my this Kṛṣṇa consciousness movement—not that they came in a very purified condition. That we, every one of you, know, that those who came to me, they according, they have been trained from childhood . . . according to Indian standard, they do not know even the hygienic principle. What is the question of purification? You see? In India the system is from childhood, a child is trained to take bath, to wash teeth in the morning. Yes.
I remember, when my second son was about four years old, so before breakfast I used to ask him, "Show me your teeth." So he'll sh . . . "Yes." "All right, you have washed your teeth. That's all right. Then you are allowed to take breakfast." Yes. So this training there are. But here, in this country, the training . . . of course, there are somewhere, but not very strictly. So that doesn't matter. Chant Hare Kṛṣṇa. Begin Hare Kṛṣṇa. Then everything will come. Everything will come.
So Prahlāda Mahārāja says that (reading commentary:) nīco 'jayā guṇa-visargam anupraviṣṭaḥ. Guṇa, these three qualitites . . . yasmād bhavān bhaktir utmāsmadaṁ nīco vigata gata-sankasyan mahimanam sajatrena samanu samsara anuvarṇayāmi ajānato 'pi stuti-karaṇe hetum āha. "Although I do not know . . ." Because the demigods have requested Prahlāda Mahārāja that "You try to pacify Narasiṁhadeva, Lord Narasiṁhadeva, Nṛsiṁhadeva."