Thursday, 23 April 2015

"Let there be one moon"

Director: What's your answer that such a small percentage of the population, tiny percentage of the population, accept the philosophy that Krishna is God. Prabhupāda: Tiny percentage. Just like there are so many stars in the sky, and there is one moon. In percentage the moon is nothing. If we take percentage of the stars, the moon is nothing. But moon is important than all the nonsense stars. (laughter) But if you take percentage, he has no percentage vote. But because he is moon, he is important than all these rascal stars. This is the example. What is the use of taking percentage of the stars in the presence of moon? Let there be one moon, that is sufficient. There is no question of percentage. One ideal man. Conversation Melbourne - May 21, 1975

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