Devotee (3): Is it all right to finish rounds(?) in the temple when there's nothing to do?
Devotee (3): This afternoon.
Prabhupāda: Not afternoon. You have to do it in the morning when there is nothing.
Guest (1): Hare Kṛṣṇa!
Prabhupāda: Hare Kṛṣṇa. (Hindi) Hare Kṛṣṇa.
Devotee (4): He danced on saṅkīrtana today.
Prabhupāda: Perhaps in other engagement he cannot dance. Actually there is no problem. Why there should be problem? There are 8,400,000 species of life. Out of that, human being are 400... Out of that, 80%, they are uncivilized. So all these living entities have no problem for eating. This 20% or 15% people who are called as civilized, they have problem. They have created problem. At least in India, say, hundred years before, there was no problem for eating, even for the śūdra class or any... No, there was no... The society was so made, there was no problem. Why fifty years? In 1933 or '36 in Vṛndāvana somebody wanted milk, some pilgrimage amongst ourselves. So went to a house. So, "Can you supply us some milk?" "Ah, how much you want?" So it was about ten pounds. So she supplied immediately, one woman, and when she was offered price, "Oh, why shall I take a price for ten or twenty pounds of milk? Oh, you can take it." That is my practical experience. Milk was so freely available. So simply we are creating problems by godless civilization. That is a fact.