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Pages in category "Emergency"
The following 19 pages are in this category, out of 19 total.
- Fifty percent of his accumulated wealth was distributed to the KC persons, namely the brahmanas & the Vaisnavas; twenty-five percent was distributed to relatives; and twenty-five percent was kept against emergency expenditures and personal difficulties
- Fifty percent of his accumulated wealth was distributed to the KC persons, namely the brahmanas & the Vaisnavas; twenty-five percent was distributed to relatives; and twenty-five percent was kept against emergency expenditures, personal difficulties
- Regarding your nice Sankirtana collections, this should be kept in a separate account so that it may help in some great emergency. You should become a little spendthrift. I know that you do this, but still I am reminding you
- Rupa Goswami set aside 50% of his accumulated money for God, 25% for the relatives, family members, and 25% he kept in some village banker or the original bankers, for emergency
- Rupa Goswami took sannyasa and gave 50% in charity, 25% for family use, and he kept 25% for emergency
- The householder should earn money by business or by profession and spend at least fifty percent of his income to spread Krsna consciousness; twenty-five percent he can spend for his family, and twenty-five percent he should save to meet emergencies
- The idea is that local devotees must manage the local temple. In case of emergency, the other temples may help, but that should not be continued, for all the time
- Those who are householder, family men, they may have some deposit for emergency. Otherwise, those who are renounced order, those who are brahmacari, for them to keep money separately for his maintenance or for accumulating bank balance is not allowed
- Those who are householders living outside, they are expected to contribute fifty per cent of the income for the society, twenty-five per cent for the family, and twenty-five per cent for his personal emergency