Prabhupāda: Enjoy life means . . . even the industrialists, they go to the remote village and have a peaceful house there. That is the anxiety, how I shall live peacefully. The poorer class, the workers, they live in the city, and the capitalist, he goes to a different place.
Jñānagamya: Vṛndāvana. They came to Vṛndāvana, those Indian industrialists. They were so nervous, always like this, "Who is here? Who is also here? Should I talk to him about business?" Very nervous.
Hari-śauri: But variety is the spice of life.
Prabhupāda: Variety, there are qualities of varieties. Just like we enjoy varieties prasādam, and there is variety in the brothel also. Two qualities of variety. Variety is good, that's all right.
Hari-śauri: Well, sometimes we want to sit in a garden like this, and sometimes we like to be inside, and other times we like to go out to the movies.
Prabhupāda: I don't go. We do not go to the movies or to the restaurant. It is different taste. Therefore it is calculated three kinds of men—sāttvika, rājasika, tāmasika—their tendencies are different.
Nava-yauvana: Karmīs can't understand why a devotee doesn't want to go to the cinema.
Prabhupāda: So many things—they do not smoke, they do not drink, they do not go to cinema.
Hari-śauri: We're as good as dead. (laughs)
Harikeśa: What happens with all these people who, like for example, myself, I can't live on a farm?
Harikeśa: I can't live on a farm.
Prabhupāda: That does not make you . . . what is called?
Prabhupāda: Unfit. You can do something like that.
Harikeśa: I mean I was born in a city, raised in a city, and feel very good when I'm in a city, but when I'm on a farm, I'm very disturbed. So where . . .
Prabhupāda: Rājasika. You have got rājasika. So that means your mode of nature is rājasika. There are three kinds of—sāttvika, rājasika, tāmasika.