Prabhupāda: Caitanya Mahaprābhu: śūnyāyitaṁ jagat sarvaṁ govinda-viraheṇa me (CC Antya 20.39). That necessity, that without Govinda I'm feeling everything vacant. That is necessity. That necessity is final.
Puṣṭa Kṛṣṇa: Is this the anna-maya, prāṇa-maya, mano-maya, like that?
Prabhupāda: There are so many stages. But here is the highest status: govinda-viraheṇa me. Yugāyitaṁ nimeṣeṇa. "For want of Govinda, I am thinking one moment as twelve years." Yugāyitaṁ nimeṣeṇa cakṣuṣā prāvṛṣāyitam. "I'm crying like torrents of rain from my eyes." This is the highest necessity. This is also necessity. Yugāyitaṁ nimeṣeṇa cakṣuṣā prāvṛ..., śūnyāyitaṁ jagat sarvam. "I don't see anything. Everything is vacant." And that we have experience. If somebody whom you love very much, he dies, you think, "I don't want anything. World is vacant." I've no necessity but Kṛṣṇa. This is also necessity. So we have to see first of all necessity, then quality of necessity. This is knowledge. There is no necessity, means dull matter. Similarly, when there is no necessity of God, one is in the lowest stage of life, narādhama, animals, less than animal, narādhama, at least, lowest of mankind. If he does not feel the necessity of God, that means lowest of the mankind. Necessity of Caitanya Mahāprabhu also... Yugāyitaṁ nimeṣeṇa cakṣuṣā prāvṛṣay... A Vaiṣṇava says that "I have no more necessity." But he has no more necessity of this false necessities, material world.
Prabhupāda: Anartha. (break) ...they stop here. No more this material necessities. But he does not know that he cannot live without necessities. That they do not know. They simply beget these false necessities. Just like disease. I do not want disease, but that does not mean I do not want health. (laughter) So these rascals, they are thinking that "We do not want anymore this material world. Brahma satyaṁ jagan mitya." But Vaiṣṇava says, "No, you must have the real thing, then you can cease from this unreal necessities." Otherwise after living for some time in brahma satya, then you'll come, "Oh, it is useless. I don't enjoy. Let me go again to open hospital, school, engage in something politics, no work." But he cannot do. Āruhya kṛccheṇa paraṁ padaṁ tataḥ patanty adhaḥ (SB 10.2.32). We are living entities. We require engagement, necessities. So give up necessities means these rascal necessities and hankering for. Caitanya Mahāprabhu, He's sannyāsī. He has no necessity. Why He's crying for Govinda? He has given up the whole world, sannyāsī. And why He's crying for Govinda? That is real necessity. Govinda-viraheṇa me. Govinda necessity. The necessity is Govinda is not alone. There again life, again Vṛndāvana, again gopīs, again dancing, again eating, again everything. That necessity.
Śukadeva: As a necessity, this is a symptom of weakness...
Prabhupāda: Rascal, this weakness..., you are already necessity of so many things. Make all the necessities zero. At last we at least feel necessity of a woman. (laughing) That you cannot avoid. That's all. And then you'll be punished with shoes. (laughing) When you'll become a servant of woman, then you, "No, what is the necessity?" Become thief, you'll become rascal, rogue, you'll be beaten by shoes, and everything is gone. Now these are your necessities. The hippies, they have left no necessities, but the woman is there. (laughter) They have necessities there. Nature is so powerful you'll have to feel this necessity, and with this necessity you'll require so many necessities. (Sanskrit) They're talking like madmen. What the madman does not talk, and what the goat does not eat? (laughing) Means rascals only.