Prabhupāda: Why don't you say if your movement goes on, there will be no need of that. (laughter)
Kīrtirāja: No lawyers.
Prabhupāda: No need. Simply chant Hare Kṛṣṇa. Bas. That's all.
Devotee: No one to run the factories?
Prabhupāda: No, no need. These are anarthas, unnecessary things. So in the Bhāgavata, anarthopaśamaṁ sākṣād bhakti-yogam adhokṣaje (SB 1.7.6). When there is bhakti-yogam adhokṣaje, all these anarthas useless. Anartha-nivṛttiḥ syāt. People may not misunderstand that we don't want other things. We want everything, but we want central point, Kṛṣṇa. (break) (in car:) ...Bharati, with whom you had some talks, he does not speak anymore?
Hṛdayānanda: We have not heard anything.
Hari-śauri: He tries to cause a disturbance, though, whenever he can. I was told by one of the boys in the Library Party that he's prevented a lot of standing orders being taken by speaking with professors and condemning our movement.
Hari-śauri: He's still creating a disturbance.
Prabhupāda: Cancelling standing orders?
Hari-śauri: They've actually taken standing orders and then had them cancelled because of this man.
Rāmeśvara: Not so much.
Hari-śauri: Not so much, but he's doing it when he can. (break)
Rāmeśvara: ...surprised that you have written so many books. They cannot understand how you could write so much. They wonder whether you were a great Sanskrit scholar for many years, so they try to guess. They just can't imagine anyone writing so much.
Prabhupāda: We are exceeding all material authors except Vyāsadeva.
Prabhupāda: One book, seventeen volumes, Caitanya-caritāmṛta. That is also.... So many, our Godbrothers, attempted. Everyone is...
Hari-śauri: Have any of your Godbrothers translated anything?
Prabhupāda: They died half-way finished.
Hari-śauri: Śrīdhara Mahārāja never did anything?
Rāmeśvara: They wonder where you have made the time to study so much about ancient Indian culture that you could write so much. They cannot understand that. They read.... There is a biography of Your Divine Grace in the Bhāgavatam, that mentions different things, and they just can't understand how you could know so much. It is beyond material...
Prabhupāda: One young man in Tokyo or some airport, very nice young man. He came. I was sitting. "Swamiji, can I talk with you?" "Yes." So, "I have seen your photograph. Where you have got so much vast knowledge?" (laughs) And I..., "It is not my knowledge; it is Vyāsadeva's knowledge." So his first question was, intelligent boy.
Hari-śauri: He'd obviously read fair amounts of your books.
Prabhupāda: Yes. Here is a house, four-story?
Hari-śauri: That one's three-story.
Prabhupāda: Three? And down, motor garage.
Rāmeśvara: That is the biggest, but I discussed with Karandhara, and he said they will not give permission for more than two stories. He has already inquired.
Rāmeśvara: They have some crazy reason. They make very strict laws regarding housing. It is a problem everywhere in the United States, so many things you have to comply with. Just like in Dallas there were so many things they wanted us to do for housing. (end)