Journalist (1): But it does require a certain price for them to pay as individuals.
Prabhupāda: No price. Simply to become sincere.
Journalist (1): To sincerely try to find Him.
Prabhupāda: Yes. If you are sincerely anxious to know God, there is no difficulty. There is no difficulty. Tatra laulyam eka-mūlyam. One must be very much anxious that "I must know God." Then God is revealed. There is no question of paying so much money. Our transaction in this Kṛṣṇa consciousness movement, there is no monetary transaction. I did not pay anything to them, neither they are paying to me. It is a question of understanding.
Journalist (1): Yes. I'm only suggesting that you were saying already that only people who were kind or gentle perhaps would find it easy to start. There are obviously, as you were saying, lots of people who are not so kind or gentle and presumably would find it more difficult.
Prabhupāda: No. They may not be gentle, but we are gentle. Please come to us and learn. They may not be gentle. We can create gentle, provided he follows.
Journalist (1): Is that one single...
Dhanañjaya: (background talk) Śrīla Prabhupāda, (indistinct) the BBC One, Radio. They're (indistinct)
Prabhupāda: You can also note—this is common-talking of God.
Journalist (1): One last question. Is there a single, simple stitch (?) that you could give to people who don't know anything about Kṛṣṇa consciousness to help them to understand it. Is there one simple, single...
Prabhupāda: Very simple. God is the proprietor. God is the enjoyer. If God is proprietor, He must be enjoyer. And God is the supreme friend.
Journalist (1): Thank you very much. How long're you going to be...?
Prabhupāda: If you simply understand these three things. This is fact.
Journalist (1): God is the proprietor.
Prabhupāda: God is the proprietor. God is the enjoyer.
Journalist (1): Enjoyer.
Prabhupāda: And God is the supreme friend. Now if you analyze... Now you cannot say that you are the proprietor of this land. Somebody else is. Just like the land was there before your birth, and the land will remain there after your death, so during your span of life you are simply claiming. "This is mine." But before you birth, after your death, it belongs to somebody else, the supreme proprietor. And because He is the supreme proprietor He is the supreme enjoyer. And He is the supreme friend in this way, that He is giving all necessities of life to everyone. Nobody can be better friend than God.
Journalist (1): Thank you very much.
Prabhupāda: So these three things, if you try to understand that God is the proprietor, God is the supreme friend and God is the supreme enjoyer, then all problems solved.
Journalist (1): Thank you.
Journalist (2): May I come in another queue for BBC Radio 4, just to tell me in fact what is the purpose of your visit to London?
Prabhupāda: To teach you these things, as we were just talking with your friend, that God is proprietor, God is friend of everyone and God is the supreme enjoyer.
Journalist (2): I understand in fact that you are a pure devotee of Kṛṣṇa. What does this mean?
Journalist (2): Can you tell me what it means?
Prabhupāda: Yes. Devotee of Kṛṣṇa. Devotee of God.
Journalist (2):. But what is the extent of your purity?
Prabhupāda: What is that?
Journalist (2): What do you mean by being pure? Does it mean that you have seen Kṛṣṇa?
Prabhupāda: Yes. I am seeing every moment. And if you want to see, I can show you.
Journalist (2): Please do.
Prabhupāda: Yes. But it is not so easy. It is not so cheap that you want to see immediately, I can show you. You have to become student like him. Then you can see.
Journalist (2): I would have to become a member of the Kṛṣṇa movement.
Prabhupāda: Not only member, a student like him. There are many members they pay some money. But they are learning according to my direction.