Prabhupāda: So what is the difficulty, I do not find out. You told him, and that is already done. And you also said there is no difficulty, so why the other day you all came and there was difficulty?
Sarva-bhāvana: Well, it was not my..., directly my difficulty, Śrīla Prabhupāda.
Sarva-bhāvana: They have been small situations where other Indian devotees, closer to him, came to me with their problems.
Prabhupāda: So all Indians are here. Now say what is the difficulty.
Sarva-bhāvana: Well, some things like changing of our duties, changing of our services.
Prabhupāda: So why you change? Consult.
Sarva-bhāvana: Well, there won't be any change, Prabhupāda. And they were not satisfied with that change, so..., and they wanted to remain in that particular service.
Prabhupāda: Change is no rectification. If somebody is not working he should be trained up. Changing is another... If he is a fool, another fool will come. What will be the difficulty? You see? Change, of course, sometimes required, but if you constantly change, the man is not trained up. That practice is not good. If somebody is not doing satisfactorily, then he should be trained up that "You should like this." And if you immediately change another, that, that is not actually solution because all our workers, they are not accustomed to certain type of duty. They are devotee, after all. So still, we have to do something, so one man requires little training. But whatever capacity he has got, he is posted. So immediate change, that is not very good management. Let him be reformed, and whatever inability he has got, he should be instructed and he should be... And this, all of a sudden change, simply go on changing, nobody... "Rolling stone never gathers moss." A "rolling stone" policy is not good. So what is the difficulty? Keep the stone in a place and it will gather moss. And if you simply roll, it will never gather moss. If the man who has committed mistake, he should be reformed. He should be instructed. Sometimes I show your cleaners by myself: "Do like this." Change them, immediate change, that is not good management, and to make him competent in that way, that is management. So this policy should be followed, not that because he has done something not correctly he should be changed immediately. That will not help. Now discuss this point.
Gopāla Kṛṣṇa: Actually we can solve it ourselves. I don't know why they came to you in the first place, because our whole business is to relieve you of all problems.
Prabhupāda: Yes. But...
Gopāla Kṛṣṇa: We should not think that if we are Indians we can have a special access to you.
Prabhupāda: So do, do. What is that? Ta...
Gopāla Kṛṣṇa: Yes, we can do it outside instead of troubling you. I mean, we can sit down... Actually, I've already told them since I've been here yesterday that whatever problems they have, we can solve it ourselves.
Prabhupāda: So go and settle up in that lungi.(?)
Gopāla Kṛṣṇa: We can settle it ourselves instead of bringing it to Prabhupāda.
Akṣayānanda: I don't think there's any great difficulty, Prabhupāda.
Mahāvīra: Actually, we've been speaking the last few days, and these problems can be solved.
Prabhupāda: No, it is Kṛṣṇa's service. Everyone is offering voluntary service. So not that anyone is paid, and if he cannot, dismiss or... Yes. This bureaucracy is not... Train him. Train him. If he does not know, train him. But things must be done very nicely by cooperation. That is wanted. Everyone should remember that we are serving Kṛṣṇa, and everyone should remember, "The other person is serving Kṛṣṇa. And because he is serving Kṛṣṇa, he is not my servant; he is my master." That should be always in view. Therefore we address, "prabhu": "You are my master." We never address, "You are my servant." We are trained up to say my brother, that "prabhu," "such and such prabhu." Prabhu means master. Nobody think himself that he is master. He should always think that everyone is his master because he's serving the master. This is our philosophy. So in this way... Now you have got good arrangement and they're all intelligent persons, young persons.
Akṣayānanda: All good people are here.
Prabhupāda: So kindly settle up and do nice things. That I want to see. That's all. He is also present. At that time he was not present. So go and...
Gopāla Kṛṣṇa: Okay.
(devotees offer obeisances)
Prabhupāda: You should always remember that you are helping me. Without your help I cannot do anything. So you do not be disturbed. Try to help me. That is my request. Thank you very much. (Hindi) (end)