Prabhupāda: Yes. And it details everything. So you purchase some copies. We have to prepare...
Maṇihāra: "...of varying degrees of education and from many walks of life—students, teachers, scientists, servicemen, laborers and professionals—indeed numerous race, creeds and nationalities—are attached towards it. The unifying characteristics that brings such diverse individuals to Kṛṣṇa consciousness are high ethical standards and a sincere desire to understand spiritual truths. To make a pleasure-loving and easy-going..."
Prabhupāda: Easy-going life?
Maṇihāra: No. Oh, "to make a pleasure-loving and easy-going Western youth to shed his fashionable dress and make him give up his dearly cherished beefsteaks, wine and women, cannabis and LSD, and don the saffron robe, shave his head, hold the daṇḍa and chant Hare Kṛṣṇa, is no mean achievement. That ISKCON has made thousands of Western youths perform this seemingly impossible task is an eloquent testimony of the impact it has made on the life of the contemporary West. ISKCON does offer to the modern man a haven of refuge from the complexity and anxiety of present-day life. The society has indeed set before itself a noble and laudable ideal..."
Prabhupāda: When the Englishmen were ruling over this country and Gandhi had to do so much labor, his life sacrificed, some way or other they were gone. Now the same Englishman is working here as book distributor, (laughs) who was our ruler. So whose achievement is better? Gandhi's or mine?
Prabhupāda: And one Englishman is giving me massage.
Maṇihāra: Yes, right.