Prabhupāda: Yes. Here, service, Kṛṣṇa is . . .
Dr. Patel: (Hindi) Do you want to throw it away in the sea?
Prabhupāda: No, no. It is, everyone in this material world, serving somebody. Serving somebody. Because he is servant.
Dr. Patel: He's serving somebody or everybody. More or less it is . . .
Prabhupāda: No, no. No. Everybody or somebody, "Everyone's servant is nobody's servant." That is an English proverb. Anyway, this service is required. You cannot live without serving. That is not possible. Any one of us, serving somebody. But the result is, this material service . . . I have given several times the example that Mahatma Gandhi, he gave so much service. Result was he was killed. He was killed. Nobody thought . . . that person did not think that, "Oh, this gentleman, old man, he has given so much service to us. Suppose I do not agree with him. Oh, how can I kill?" So people are so much ingrateful. You see? That whatever service you may render, they'll never be satisfied.
Dr. Patel: That service was svakarmaṇā, the karma . . .
Prabhupāda: No, no. First of all I am describing the service, what is service. Service means a servant, a master. And the transaction between the master and the servant is called service. Try to understand what is service. So we have created so many masters—the wife master, the family master, the country master, the legislative master, this master, that master. You see? And you are giving service. "Oh, it is my duty. I am giving service." But ask anybody if you are satisfied? He'll say, "What you have done?"
Indian man (1): He won't be satisfied.