Prabhupāda: . . . don't express. Don't disclose. And besides that, we should not think anyone as our enemy. They are misled. Let us do our own duty. (japa) Who has broken this? (break) . . .disease. Just like a man is diseased, and a surgeon is operating. He's calling by ill names, "You rascal, you śālā, you barja (?), you are killing me." So that does not mean he'll stop his business. (laughs) And when he's relieved: "Oh, you are my friend. You have done so good. You are not my śālā." Just see.
Acyutānanda: Why do they say "śālā"?
Prabhupāda: Śālā is a abominable term. Śālā means wife's brother.
Acyutānanda: Why is that abominable?
Prabhupāda: The country, you see? But advanced devotee, they'll not think anyone as enemy. You see? Diseased man . . . Piśācī pāile yena mati-cchanna haya, māyā-grasta jīvera haya se bhāva udaya (Prema-vivarta). Just like one is ghostly-haunted, he talks all nonsense. (break) . . . proposal, there cannot be any two opinions. Let them join, anyone.
Prabhupāda: Yes. Come on. Money problem, we shall solve. You come and join. Preach. Where is the objection?