Director: How would you react if somebody breaks into this place and tries to rob some of the...
Madhudviṣa: He says "How would we react if someone breaks in and tries to rob the building?"
Madhudviṣa: A thief. What would we do if a thief came in? In other words, would we be violent?
Prabhupāda: If a thief came in we shall punish him.
Director: You should be violent?
Prabhupāda: Why not? A thief should be punished.
Director: You would punish yourself? What would you do? Would you start attacking him?
Prabhupāda: No, ourself or anyone, a thief is to be punished. A thief has to be punished. Ourself or yourself, it doesn't matter. A thief is thief. He should be punished.
Director: What if he breaks in because he is hungry?
Prabhupāda: Who breaks?
Madhudviṣa: He says what if he breaks in because he's hungry?
Prabhupāda: We say everyone come and eat. Why he should remain hungry? We invite everyone, come here, eat, no charge. We don't charge. Why he should remain hungry? Let us increase this program. All hungry men of Melbourne city, come here, you take your eating sumptuously. We invite, "Come on." Why you should remain hungry?
Director: What if he's an alcoholic and he's hungry?
Devotee: We have a couple of alcoholics that come here, and we give them food every night.
Director: You do?
Director: Just like the Gordon House.
Devotee: Yes. They come, we have a feast every Sunday. They come and we give them food.
Prabhupāda: It requires little time to practice. Otherwise, it is open for everyone for reformation.
Director: But you would have your limitations how far you can go in feeding people.
Devotee: He says we would have our limitations in that how many people we could feed.
Prabhupāda: We can feed unlimitedly provided the government helps.
Director: You could form... you could make a place destitute people could come and have a free meal.
Prabhupāda: Oh, yes, oh, yes. Everyone, we open to everyone. You come and take prasādam.